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so I was scouring internet until I saw an advertisement of liberta oregon and the new ferplast planeta. both are flight cages with almost same size. and since my little rascal jack is chipping away my wooden cage ferplast giulietta 5 I fear that one day they might destroy their pretty house and I can't seem to make him stop and looks like he is starting to teach jill too recently so I was thinking of my future upgrade for a cage and this time it will be a flight cage since from 2pm til 8pm is my work and letting them out is a bit no go for me because they are not tamed and I want only them to at least fly freely to have exercise. in fact, I only use small toys and perches are in corners so that they can fly in the middle.
anyway here are the picture head to head of these 2 colossal cages with specifications:

this is the liberta oregon



while this one is the ferplast planeta

what made me a little skeptical here is this one

the top grate is supporting it with a clip and to me it is not that totally secure. I mean budgies don't posses monstrous power to bring a cage down but imagine an escape artist budgie who can manage to slip in that bar not talking also about below that they didn't include a bottom grate for at least when cleaning time.

conclusion: I really wanted to look for at least another contender other than these two just like most of you guys have here like prevue but they only sell it in America and these 2 are the only flight cages that seems to be perfect for me
what do you guys think? im all ears here thanks

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I don't have any experience with either of these cages so I can't help you with that.

I cant say that I did get a Ferplast cage before and it was a really sturdy and well made cage. although the top doesn't look secure, it might be a lot better made than you think, but its hard to say without seeing it in person.

I got this cage from zooplus



The Finca Melodia Bird Cage at a glance:

Size: 75.5 x 45 x 90.5 cm (L x W x H)
1 door 24.7 x 28 cm in the front
4 small doors for food bowls
4 plastic, transparent bowls
Includes 3 wooden perches
Removable base tray
Sturdy excrement grille
2 handles for easy moving
Bar thickness: 2.9mm
Bar thickness excrement grille: 1.9mm

Finca Melodia Bird Cage | Free P&P on orders 29+ at zooplus!
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I don't have any experience with either of these cages so I can't help you with that.

I cant say that I did get a Ferplast cage before and it was a really sturdy and well made cage. although the top doesn't look secure, it might be a lot better made than you think, but its hard to say without seeing it in person.

I got this cage from zooplus



The Finca Melodia Bird Cage at a glance:

Size: 75.5 x 45 x 90.5 cm (L x W x H)
1 door 24.7 x 28 cm in the front
4 small doors for food bowls
4 plastic, transparent bowls
Includes 3 wooden perches
Removable base tray
Sturdy excrement grille
2 handles for easy moving
Bar thickness: 2.9mm
Bar thickness excrement grille: 1.9mm

Finca Melodia Bird Cage | Free P&P on orders 29+ at zooplus!
that's pretty nice cage also...I might add that to my options list. I already made my mind that I won't get ferplast planeta for the top grate, I'm not going for that costy and less secure cage. you have zooplus in uk and I hope that they are sending merchandise here in italy

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