Parrot Travel Cage for African Grey

Hello I was wondering if in your opinion the small cage Fold Away Bird Carrier for Small Birds to Medium Parrots – Prevue 1305
Item Id: 19311101011

can be used temporarily for a congo grey who is on the small side?

Getting the bigger one is fine with me but the fact that it is 15 lbs versus 10 lbs, is why I ask.
I would be using it as her cage for a few days (we are moving out of the country and she needs a temporary cage before
hers arrives).

I would also use this travel cage to drive across the US with her before we move out of the country.
Thank you for you help.

Diana

 
Hi Diana

It (the Prevue 1305) would be acceptable if she is able to come out of the cage and perhaps sit on top for much of the day. 
Bring toys. A Booda perch would be a nice touch and make her more comfortable. But 24 hours a day would be rough and the #602 more acceptable for a full time cage for a week or a month.
 
 
Hello I was wondering if in your opinion the small cage Fold Away Bird Carrier for Small Birds to Medium Parrots – Prevue 1305
Item Id: 19311101011

can be used temporarily for a congo grey who is on the small side?

Getting the bigger one is fine with me but the fact that it is 15 lbs versus 10 lbs, is why I ask.
I would be using it as her cage for a few days (we are moving out of the country and she needs a temporary cage before
hers arrives).

I would also use this travel cage to drive across the US with her before we move out of the country.
Thank you for you help.

Diana

 
Hi Diana

It (the Prevue 1305) would be acceptable if she is able to come out of the cage and perhaps sit on top for much of the day. 
Bring toys. A Booda perch would be a nice touch and make her more comfortable. But 24 hours a day would be rough and the #602 more acceptable for a full time cage for a week or a month.
 
 

Mitch Rezman

He's handled a 1000 birds of numerous species when they visited monthly birdie brunches in the old Portage Park (Chicago, IL) facility. The one with the parrot playground. Mitch has written and published more than 1100 articles on captive bird care. He's met with the majority of  CEO's and business owners for most brands in the pet bird space and does so on a regular basis. He also constantly interacts with avian veterinarians and influencers globally.

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