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Hello. So I just purchased a Honeywell True Hepa Air Purifier. I am wondering if it's okay if I can have it close to my birds cage? About two feet away. The main reason I bought it is to help the air quality. And get rid of the old smells. This is the model that I bought.

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It's great that you bought an air purifier and you can definitely use it near your budgies' cage(s)

Be sure that it isn't so close to the cages that it creates a draft.
I have a Honeywell HEPA air purifier in the room with my cages and generally keep it about 4 feet away from the cages.
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Not sure if this can piggy back on the previous question. I am curious if the goal is to purify the air for the bird or the person? I am slightly allergic to my bird and also have asthma (this is why I don't have a cat - I'm even more allergic to them). I am thinking about getting an air purifier. Should I have it in the room with the bird or in my bedroom? Sorry if this is a dumb question.

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Not sure if this can piggy back on the previous question. I am curious if the goal is to purify the air for the bird or the person? I am slightly allergic to my bird and also have asthma (this is why I don't have a cat - I'm even more allergic to them). I am thinking about getting an air purifier. Should I have it in the room with the bird or in my bedroom? Sorry if this is a dumb question.

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Your question is not dumb.

The air purifier works for both humans and birds. I have all 12 of my birds in my bedroom so I keep my air purifier there.
The amount of dust particles that are filtered out of the air is quite amazing.

If you have a separate room where you keep your budgies, I'd suggest getting an air purifier for that room as well as one for your bedroom.
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