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Get your Dream Cage

How to budget for your dream bird cage.

By Susan Chamberlain

I’ve always advised readers to opt for the largest cage they can afford and accommodate in their homes, but it isn’t just about size; it’s about quality, safety and getting the best value for your money.

Just like a house or apartment, the cage must be large enough to accommodate the occupants, practical enough to suit the birds and human caretakers, and modern enough to clean and service efficiently. If there’s a new cage in your bird’s future, now is the time to budget for it.

**For the full article, pick up the January issue of BIRD TALK**

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Thanks for the good advice.
Dee, Sandy Valley, NV
Posted: 9/6/2010 6:21:12 PM
stephanie, no smithfield, RI
Posted: 10/11/2009 1:04:42 PM
this was a great article i do have a dream cage in mind but it is very expensive so i will get a cheeper cage for now and use your tips to save up for the cage i really want for my grey...great tips..thanks, martha
Martha, staatsburg, NY
Posted: 1/18/2007 6:25:17 AM
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