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need help identifying a cage!

a lady emailed me about having a cage.. but she doesnt have a picture..
do you guys have an idea on what it is?

1st description: The cage is very well made, designed and made by a fine craftsman.It's actually a bird condo, has two houses.

2nd:
Here are the dimensions of both houses:
1' x 10" - W
2' x 6" - L
3' x 2" - H

1' x 4 1/2 " - W
2' x 2 1/2 " - L
2' x 5" - H

The spaces are 1/2 "

i have no idea whati it could be... i dont want to make the trip for it to be not what i wanted...


im maybe thinking these cages? IDK!
http://www.wayfair.com/AandE-Cage-Co...D-AEC1022.html
http://www.wayfair.com/AandE-Cage-Co...D-AEC1021.html
it says designed and made by a fine craftsman... maybe its home made?


thanks agian guys


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Can you not email her some links and ask her if it is one of those cages?

Or ask her if she can find a picture online?
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i just did a couple minuites ago..
i dont know why i didnt think of that.. to tired and stressed LOL



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So it's been homemade..

I still need some pictures from her, apparently it's been very well cared for, made by a craftsman/carpenter. It cost him over a grand to make she says.. So I'm kinda excited LOL




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Hopefully it looks as good as it sounds!

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Ya I hope it is!

I don't know if I would like a home made cage in the house.. Unless it is really good looking,

So if I do like it, I may just purchase it,and use it as an outdoor cage for ice!


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a lady emailed me about having a cage.. but she doesnt have a picture..
do you guys have an idea on what it is?

1st description: The cage is very well made, designed and made by a fine craftsman.It's actually a bird condo, has two houses.

2nd:
Here are the dimensions of both houses:
1' x 10" - W
2' x 6" - L
3' x 2" - H

1' x 4 1/2 " - W
2' x 2 1/2 " - L
2' x 5" - H

The spaces are 1/2 "

i have no idea whati it could be... i dont want to make the trip for it to be not what i wanted...


im maybe thinking these cages? IDK!
http://www.wayfair.com/AandE-Cage-Co...D-AEC1022.html
http://www.wayfair.com/AandE-Cage-Co...D-AEC1021.html
it says designed and made by a fine craftsman... maybe its home made?


thanks agian guys
thats the new cage I just got for my new bird its safe I found it alot cheaper tho but its the exact same cage if it will hold my male U2 it should be fine for yours sierra is still in her corner cage she loves it

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That cage is FAR too small for a male too! It will promote agressiveness and territorialness. They need room to move and play.
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