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Travel Cage Options

Discussion in 'Housing' started by DizzyBlue, Jul 16, 2017 at 6:54 PM.

  1. DizzyBlue

    DizzyBlue Administrator Staff Member Admin

    Been having a nosy around for suitable travel cages as mine are getting a tad unsightly. Suppose that's what happens up you occasionally have a ratty parrot in there or decide to shower your bird in them and don't wipe them dry :rolleyes:

    Seen a few new ones around but quite liked this one which is one of the Kookaburra range. And very reasonably priced to suit peoples pockets at £28. They also do a small one for smaller birds at £19.99.

    Description is as follows for the large one.
    The Kookaburra Large Pet Carrier is simple, smart and stylish.
    It made with powder-coated metal for extra strength and is easy to put togethers as it simply folds away.
    Perfect for parrots and other similar sized animals.
    Includes 1 perch and 2 bolt-on bowls.
    59.5 x 42 x 50.5 cm (23.4 x 16.5 x 19.8 inches)
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    http://shop.robharvey.com/large-pet-carrier-code-kook18-5168-p.asp

    Then I spotted the Trixi Transport bag ..... no use to me my lot would chew theirway out in moments they are such vandals! But for the dinky birdies not a bad price to trnasport a budgie to the vets or even a tiel :) £11.85
    https://flubit.com/shop/p/FLK3357LW...=0a71aa1b1032814e58d40687048c5f85&fo_s=gplauk
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    Noticed Montana have a new travel cage in their catalogue https://www.parrotshop.de/download/Katalog/MONTANA_catalogue.pdf Page 19 Not a bad price just seen it on Amazon for just shy of £80 plus £9 P&P https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Pet-Supplies/Montana-Travel-Cage-47-38-46-Platinum/B003BIAXWI
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    Anybody got any others to add for me to go nosy at :)
     
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  2. Stinkie

    Stinkie Regular Member

    I quite like DIY the dog/cat carriers with a perch bolted on.

    Also quite fond of my Pak-o-bird back carrier, pricey but very well made and sturdy! I can tell it will last many years! The small one goes for £179 at the moment at Garden Feathers.
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    Also have the free-fly bag carrier from Zooplus, very much like the blue one you posted, Dizzy. For sale at Zooplus for £14.99. The natural bird company make replacement perches for them if they get chewed up :)
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  3. DizzyBlue

    DizzyBlue Administrator Staff Member Admin

    Just seen the liberta one £58.95 delivered for the large one
    https://www.ideas4pets.co.uk/libert...MIvo6A3bSO1QIVxLztCh0ybQ0yEAYYByAAEgLwofD_BwE
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    If we're going to talk creme de la creme Essie how about the Kings Travel cages? http://www.northernparrots.com/king...-cage-medium-prod940910a/?src=google_shopping £259.99 for the grey sized one.
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    they have this one too a see through one no good for my gang they are a bit too flighty and would prefer them if they are going to have a little spook at least tob e able to grab the side bars. but am sure it's lovely for a steadier birds http://www.northernparrots.com/perc...s-and-parrots-prod371302/?src=google_shopping £124.99 and is under price promise plus 10% sooooo perhaps good for others but not me. Plus no dishes for drinkies and nibbles whilst out :(
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    http://www.northernparrots.com/perc...s-and-parrots-prod371302/?src=google_shopping
     
  4. DizzyBlue

    DizzyBlue Administrator Staff Member Admin

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    DizzyBlue Administrator Staff Member Admin

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  6. Stinkie

    Stinkie Regular Member

    Can you imagine people looking in expecting a baby and seeing a screeching parrot trying to bite their noses off? :risas3:
     
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  7. DizzyBlue

    DizzyBlue Administrator Staff Member Admin

    :risas3::risas3: would be well worth buying one just to see their faces :biggrin:
     
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    marley Regular Member

  9. TomsMum

    TomsMum Administrator Staff Member Admin

    That Rainforest one is very similar to the Montana.
     
  10. Shirley

    Shirley Regular Member

    Wow there is some fantastic idea there Tash and everyone. I cant stop laughing at the stroller's i for one love the idea but Scooby would chew straight through it but Jasper wouldnt , can you imagine the looks pmsl priceless

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