yes although dont make the son third wheel. sometimes they will get depressed and feel left out when there are three birds.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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There's a whole lot of room in this cage. I'm thinking of moving my bird into one of these since it's much bigger. I wondered what perches you guys thought worked best for this cage. I know it comes with two perches and I have two screw-in ones, along with a swing and a rope. I'm afraid my other ones won't work well in this cage. Thanks in advance.
I have two budgies and in addition to the perches that come with the cage I put a few of the natural screw-in perches in, one 32" rope going from the left side of the cage to the right and two shorter ropes (one of them going from a perch down to the food bowls). I also hung one of these long bungee ropes from the top of the cage. The birds like to sit and climb on it.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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Would this cage be big enough to fit a rose breasked cockatoo & an African gray?
I'm looking towards getting this two birds in the far future. Would a cage like this be able to fit the two of them? Or should they have two different cages? I plan on getting them both when they're still babies from the same breeder.
I would not put either of those birds in the Nina Dometop cage. This cage is very fragile and we have one cockatiel in it. The cage is not built well enough for a stronger bird like the cockatoo or African gray.