Bird cage | 95 x 43 x 61.5 cm | 8 doors | Feeders and waterers | Wheels | Removable tray | Nymph | Mobiclinic
The Ninfa bird cage provides a large enough space for the bird to move, stretch its wings and feel comfortable. This model is therefore ideal for breeding different birds such as parakeets, lovebirds, nymphs, or species of considerable size that require more space to live.
This cage has a large number of side and front accesses to its interior, with up to eight doors in total:
- A small door on the left side.
- Another small door on the right side.
- Four small doors in the front.
- A large door in the front.
- One of them, located at the top, helps to allow access to change the feeders or drinkers without directly disturbing the bird.
The Ninfa cage model includes two feeders and two drinkers so that your pet has constant access to water and food from different points of the cage. This is also convenient in case two species coexist together. It also has 3 large rest bars and 1 smaller one.
Interior perches or support sticks provide rest and entertainment for the bird. It also has a support bar that can be installed on top so your birds can perch and enjoy the surroundings while they are outside.
On the other hand, its four legs have steerable wheels so you can move your birds to any room or even across the patio or garden. Using its brake you can secure and prevent the cage from moving excessively.
Our metal bird cage guarantees resistance to prolonged use and wear and tear caused by birds. In addition, thanks to its removable plastic tray you can easily remove the dirt accumulated at the bottom of the cage and maintain its hygiene. You will not regret!
Product technical characteristics:
- Measurements: 95 x 43 x 61.5 cm
- Measurement between grids: 1 cm
- Weight: 6.5kg
- Material: metal
- 2 steerable wheels + 2 wheels with brake
- eight doors
- Includes: 2 feeders, 2 waterers and 4 support perches
- Removable plastic tray
We like the Ninfa bird cage for:
- Its size is ideal for the joint breeding of different birds.
- Its ease of transport thanks to the steerable wheels.
- Its number of doors to facilitate the bird's access and exit to the outside.