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Thread Description:I am wondering if this carrier is safe for my friend's cockatiel

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Old 11-24-2015, 12:31 PM
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Which one is best? If I got the last one could I leave it in the cage during the week instead of bringing another? we would still take it out of the cage to play with it. Advice? Thanks

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While some of the other's would work, I would prefer the last one myself. It is very small though and I would take a cage along for when you arrive at destination unless you are going to have the bird out most of the day...
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Okay, she finally decided on a cage for her cockatiel.
She wants to know if she can keep it in there during the week though.
Here is is:
Amazon.com : Prevue Pets White Arched Top Companion Bird Cage : Pet Supplies Amazon.com : Prevue Pets White Arched Top Companion Bird Cage : Pet Supplies
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