A and E Stainless Steel Split Level Bird Cage

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A and E Stainless Steel Split Level Bird Cage


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Product Summary:

A&E Cage Company Stainless Steel Split Level Bird Cage

A split-level duplex with very spacious floor plans and numerous unique amenities, all for the pleasure and enjoyment of your birds! This cage houses the features of a dome top and play-top all in one, you really won’t find another cage like it. Keep just one bird, a loving pair, or slip the divider in and make two cages out of one. From climbing the levels and perching on the draw bridge, to hanging out on the cage’s play-top, your birds will never run out of entertaining things to do with their “fun-house”.

Product Features:

  • Bird-Proof front door and feeder door locks
  • Playpen top with 2 ladders and perch
  • Opening dome top for added play
  • Can be used as 1 or 2 cages with the removable divider
  • Horizontal side bars, vertical bars front and back
  • 4 swing-out breeder doors and 1 breeder door
  • 4 stainless steel feeder cups
  • Removable seed catcher
  • 2 Large front doors for easy access
  • Slide-out grill and tray for easy cleaning
  • 4 easy rolling casters
  • Durable 304 medical grade stainless steel         
Item Specifications: 

Overall Dimensions:

42"L x 26"W x 61"H
Inside Height:

Bar Spacing:


Bird Type:

Cockatiels, Parakeets, Conures, Quakers, African Greys, Amazons, Mini Macaws, Small Cockatoos

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When the divider is in, how big/wide is each "separate" cage?
Dixie L on Aug 25, 2014
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