12-10-2017, 03:14 PM
What type wood is the cabinet made from?
Is the wood budgie safe?
Personally, I wouldn't want my birds to be that enclosed.
The budgies need to be able to climb and see out.
In my opinion, at a minimum the back needs to be removed and stainless steel wire mess used there as well as on the front, instead of wood, to give them more area that is open rather than what is currently shown.
You'll have to ensure the wood is untreated.
Any remnants of stain, paint, or other chemical treatments could be toxic to your birds when they start chewing the wood. Which they likely will at some point, simply because they are birds.
So, any portion the the wood that the birds come in contact with is going to need to be completely sanded down.
When creating or buying housing for any animal, I believe it is important to keep in mind what is most practical and beneficial as far as the animal's health and well-being is concerned, rather than what you may think is aesthetically pleasing to your eye.
Perches and toys can be attached to the wire mesh and you can drill holes in the wood to insert the screw rods from perches into those sections.
Hopefully, if you decide to use the cabinet, you'll be able to ensure the birds needs are well-met in the process.