Select Lifestyle Series Casa Cockatiel Playtop Bird Cage

Casa Playtop Bird Cage The Select Lifestyle Series Casa Cockatiel Playtop Cage features a spring-loaded door latch with push button release flight button, a new side panels feature which creates tighter seams – which mean’s so there’s less of a chance of trapped food and debris getting stuck between cage bars. This cage… like all Select Series cages are defiantly quality built with all-metal construction and has a powder coated finish which is not only safe for your cockatiel but the cage and bars clean easily.

This Playtop Cockatiel Cage includes 4 stainless steel cups and 2 natural wood perches in total. The rolling stand comes in handy when needing to move the cage for a short time period or for whatever reason it may be. Also features 2 litter trays with chrome cabinet-style pull and dual locking seed/water guard doors. You get 2 easy access feeding ports, 3/4″ bar spacing which is the perfect size for cockatiels, lories, conures, and senegals.

The inside size of this cage measures 24″x20″x34-3/4″ high in space and the cages outside size including rolling stand is 34″x30″x64-1/2″ high. The top features a Playtop Area where your cockatiel can eat or drink from the dish’s, relax on the perch, climb ladders or play with it’s favorite toy. The Playtop even has it’s own pull out liter tray for absolute the easiest possible cage maintenance.

The Select Lifestyle Series Casa Cockatiel Playtop Bird Cage comes in Colors Sage, Cocoa, Charcoul Black and Pearl White. The suggested retail price is $299.99.

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  1. Kaley   February 9th, 2016

    That adessrdes several of my concerns actually.

  2. Dr. Cockatiel   January 20th, 2014

    Every bird screeches, chirps, yells as it is in their nature. They survive in the wild by calling out to their flock and all the birds high up in every tree around the world. I do have a girl cockatiel, along with 7 other girl cockatiels and 12 males along with many other species of birds 🙂 – Cockatiels aren’t talking regardless of if it’s a male or female but I am not saying it’s impossible that they cannot talk it’s just extremely rare. What they are good at is whistling and mimicking noises they sure… for example one of mine has our microwave beep down perfect where I honestly don’t know if my food is ready or if it’s the bird hehe.

    I rarely come across a cockatiel that “screeches” to the point where you need to get rid of them so fast and the one’s I’ve seen that are really bad were abused ones or one’s not taken care of at all. I do not take in birds anymore due to my space being filled but search for places around you whether it’s adoption or a reputable pet store (please don’t just give it to any pet shop as they usually just sell the birds not caring about their health or what happens to them.

  3. Yahaya   May 31st, 2012

    This post hit home. I have two cockatiels for sale right now! I think they are both girls thgouh, which means they will screech! You must have had a girl cockatiel. My boy, Jake, is really great. He talks, sings, gets moody like guys do once in a while, and is the best bird I’ve ever had. But the girls, they do not talk, cannot talk(why, I don’t know) and if they make noises, it is a screech squawk. My two girls(I think they are girls, it is hard to tell really until they either talk or not) are pretty, yellow and grey, born in a dog biscuit box here and brought up by Jake and Mollie. It was a wonderful experience to have them share this with us, but lots of work. We didn’t really know it would happen. Read some of my earlier posts, it details some of the events!Now that the girls are almost a year old, they are beginning to screech and therefore we are trying to sell them. Real cheap! If you know someone who would be interested, is deaf, and likes birds, let us know! Yes, God is not our genie. I often wonder, as you did a while ago, what He looks like. Here’s to your thgouhts!

  4. Greg A.   November 19th, 2009

    We bought this online and our birds love this cage – im finding new features and tricks to it myself daily.