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New Triple Stack Cages :)

Here is my new triple stack cages. I have stood it next to my senegal's so you have an idea of the size of it. The sennie's cage is nearly 3 foot in width compare to new cages which each one is 100cm width and 76cm depth, it's huge

I have ordered some new toys for the new cages but they have not come yet so use own imagination of what they would look like with toys in them













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This the Rainforest one?
Whats the actual measurement of each individual section?
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Yes this is the Rainforest one. Each section is 100cm width, 76cm depth and 61cm height. Cost 360 from Scarletts. I know you have the sections Rainforest, yours should be same size as mine but yours is taller.

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oh yeah and the bar space is 15mm

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Yes this is the Rainforest one. Each section is 100cm width, 76cm depth and 61cm height. Cost 360 from Scarletts. I know you have the sections Rainforest, yours should be same size as mine but yours is taller.
Yeah I've got the double. Love it lol.

Was looking at this one for some smaller birds as breeding cages. Nice sturdy cages
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Oh wow it definitely is a LOT large than the other triple stacks I have seen definitely the one I'll be getting when I can
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These cages are amazing i have personally owned several of them and just love them. Cannot wait to see them all decked out. Lucky lucky birdies
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Awesome!! I was going to ask who is going to live in them but I think the Quakers have already claimed it or at least one section!
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hehe, yeah the quakers are in the second section and the conures are on the top deck. I have now added some new toys and perches to the top and middle, the bottom section is a spare cage.


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I'm looking for a double stack cage...what brand is this?
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I'm looking for a double stack cage...what brand is this?
It's a Rainforest brand. This cage is very sturdy so I do recommend Rainforest if you do have this brand in your country.


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That's so cool! Very handy, too! Not to mention it looks nice.




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That is awsome and handy and a super space-saver! Fantastic! I bet your birdies love their new digs.



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awesome! spoilt little fids at yours :P

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