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Blueberry's New Cage

It's not a huge cage but she seems to really like the playtop on it and it's perfect size for her but it has huge food bowls I think she might be takeing a bath in her water bowl lol
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she had a flight cage before but I like this one much better she was just a little leary of going inside of it lol but I'am sure she will get use to it in a day or two , if anyone is interested in purchaseing any cages in Michigan pm me I have 2 cages for sale first is Codys cage he had and Blueberry's cage she had , both good cages in perfect condition , no rust , dents or scratches , heres some pics of them

asking 75.00 for the flight cage

this cage I'am asking 225.00 for

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oh I wish I could buy them, they're really nice, I love the cage at the bottom

the new cage is great

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great cages, wish i lived closer

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I do not know for certain that it is true, but I have been told that it is actually a good idea to put quakers in smaller cages because of their natural nesting habits. Have you found this to be true?

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Opeys cage isn't huge and he has had it for almost 3 years and Blueberry is doing fine in her new cage , I would not go anything smaller then a 24 inch cage for a quaker , they are active but not as active as my conures and I ended up changeing her food bowls what I predicted happened lol her and Opey was takeing a bath in the water bowl today

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