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Buying A Custom Bird Cage

Many of us dream of having a beautiful, exotic bird perched on our shoulder, accompanying us around town. At the end of the day, though, our feathered friend must return to its cage. A bird cage has two main jobs—keeping a bird safe and keeping it comfortable. Sometimes the best way to do that is to buy a custom bird cage. Custom bird cages are built to your specifications and are designed to suit both your home and your bird.

When ordering custom bird cages, you have two options: start with a basic cage and add desired options, or have the cage designed from scratch. Designing a cage from scratch is the more expensive choice, but it also gives you more control over your design.

When ordering custom bird cages, you choose the size, shape, and materials. Some materials available are: wood, acrylic, stainless steel, and metal. Some companies offer more exotic materials, such as bamboo. When choosing a material, evaluate it for practicality and function, as well as appearance.

You will be able to choose such things as type of flooring and bar spacing. Some of these things are simply personal preference; others are dictated by the type of bird you have. Bar spacing, for example, is a safety issue and will depend on your bird breed. You will also be able to choose the type of food and water cup. Additional options will include toys and perches.

Custom bird cages can range in price from the low hundreds to several thousand dollars.


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Source: www.isnare.com

Ken Marlborough