That's a lovely looking cage..... good shape, looks like it doesn't waste space with fancy curvy bits, lol. Sounds like they're loving it anyway, bless 'em!
He he, I know what you mean about space and I know I'm verrrry lucky, we had a conservatory built on last year and the birds LOVE it in there as they can see into the garden and hear the wild birdies. It's not even in a place where it gets direct sunshine so it won't ever get really hot or anything either. It has the added benefit of putting a double-glazed barrier between us and the 4 budgie-birds when the French doors are shut. Much as I love to hear them warble, they can get very noisy! #cheesy#
The cage looks great Sal! Found a way to fit it in, in the end then (lmao) Hehe - the cage that we have for taking the Kaks away in - hmmm could I be thinking of more birds lol.
yes it ended up where all jamies toy boxes were and the toy boxes are now where the table was lol (i moved the table this morning while jon was out playing with dave ) Hmmmm more birds eh?? careful or you'll end up like the rest of us on here, we're all members of the "birdaholics association" lol
Hanlou your conservatory idea is wonderful!! i might have to follow in your footsteps, once i have bought a house that is lol
Well, it's mum and dad's house, so I'm even luckier there, as I'm not paying for it, though I do pay board of course, it's not quite the same. #wink#
Yep, it's great. No more budgie feathers or seed husks in the kitchen etc either! Though it's amazing how feathers do seem to turn up in bedrooms etc. We have this theory that when we're out the birds come on the computers upstairs and watch telly in the room.