|Mollysmom Goofy Gorillatoes MI, USA
I just ordered three new Avian Intelligence cage
and a little transport cage from Bird.com for Molly and the crew! Those cheaper old cages are starting to look awful sorry at this point, and are starting to rust. There goes a big chunk of my first paycheck from the new job I'm starting soon.
Has anyone tried to connect these cages side to side, like I have my cheaper cages:
I'd really like to do it like this if I can, so I can roll cages into the hallway during playtime. Unfortunately, all ten that are upstairs in the glider room right now do not play well together! Since there's so much testosterone (although all but one of the guys are neutered), I don't know that they ever will. Anyhow, if I have to hook the cages together back to back, I won't be able to get them through the glider room door.
Mollysmom Goofy Gorillatoes MI, USA 2011 Posts
Thanks! I think I may end up moving the babies to the living room soon, anyhow, as my son has been living with us again for the past couple of months. He seems to prefer living in the basement, but he's just sort of living out in the open down here...which is pretty messy! LOL! I hate to give up the glider room, but I do have a nice Genji tent and three bathrooms. I think I can make another play area for the babies!
If I have the cages in the living room, I may end up connecting the cages back to back, as I've seen some folks do the the Excel Tower cages. This still gives the suggies a nice, big living area, just a different configuration. I'm not happy about how far out from the wall the cages would extend in that configuration, but I may not have a choice. I'd prefer not to destroy the stands, which is what I'm afraid I might have to do to set the cages up in the configuration above.
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Look what I found on Ebay