Options For Choosing a Bird Cage
"Some bird stands will even have casters on which it can be rolled. Body and roof of bird cages come in several patterns giving ample choices for buyers. Birds are beautiful creatures and their beauty has eternally charmed human beings. Lots of people love to keep birds as pets, and for that they must have bird cages to confine and care for them since it is difficult to train birds the way people train dogs and cats. Further, pet birds have to be protected from predator animals also. Beautiful bird cages that complement the beauty of the birds are a must for it.
bird cage manufacturers have started making bird cages almost as beautiful as birds. Buyers get several models and patterns of cages these days to choose from. Much of their choice would depend on their aesthetic preferences and space availability. Cages are available with or without a stand and those who have space to place it should ideally go in for one with a stand since it can be easily moved around. When there is a stand, the cages can be taken in the sun when necessary or taken inside when it is raining or windy. So far as the bird cage has got a stand, those who like to be woken up with their pet bird's cooing can even have it placed in their bedroom.
Some bird cages will have legs with casters and so can be rolled easily. The usefulness of such a stand would depend on the availability of space where the cage can be rolled comfortably. Even those who go in for a bird cage with a stand, or one with caster legs, should ensure that the stand is detachable so that the cage can be used without stand when necessary. A cage should be strong and light at the same time and easily cleanable. Stainless steel satisfies this twin requirement and so is the popular choice for the cage material, both of bird owners as well as bird cage manufacturers. And every cage must have a carry handle, whether it has got a stand or not. Any bird owner would need to shift his pet a bit now and then and so a carry handle is a must for cages, big and small.
Those who do not have enough space inside the room, or on the verandah, to keep a bird cage with a stand, may variously place a cage on a projecting slab from the wall, or a broad window sill, or a shelf. They can also suspend the cage from a hook on the ceiling. While buying their cage, people should make sure that the cage pattern suits the fixing provision they have at home. bird cages may be round cages or angled one. The roof of the cages may be curled, sloped, a dome roof, or a flat roof. With so many pattern choices, you can even try buying a bird cage that matches the pattern of your house as closely as possible."