Stainless Bird Cage
As an animal lover, no doubt you want a variety of different pets—dogs, cats, birds, rabbits and reptiles. You have plenty of love to spread around and plenty of space to care for all these creatures. While it is a wonderful thing to have your life brimming with pets, it also requires some strategic planning, especially when you throw a parrot in the mix.
Birds are unlike any other type of pet. They are easily injured, so precautionary measures must be put in place. Even if your pet is tucked away in a stainless bird cage or stainless steel bird cage, this does not necessarily mean he is out of harms way.
Keeping Your Parrot & Stainless Bird Cage Safe
It is true that most animals can be taught to get along with one another. Here are a few common household pets that people frequently mix with parrots:
- Cats: While you may think a cat would try to rip open your stainless bird cage or Victorian top bird cage to eat your parrot for supper; this is not necessarily the case. Many parrots tend to be large & noisy, so they are intimidating to cats. Your cat will not appreciate your parrots screeching as he comes close to the stainless steel bird cages or stainless bird cages. The noise will undoubtedly cause your cat to flee. When let out of their stainless bird cage or Victorian top bird cage, many parrots get a kick out of chasing the cat. While this may seem funny, don’t ever allow it. Your cat could get angry and claw or attack your bird.
- Dogs: As amazing as it seems, dogs can be taught to get along with parrots. Some dogs may be fascinated with this type of creature, sitting by the stainless bird cage or stainless steel bird cage curiously watching your bird for hours. Dogs do best with parrots if they are raised with them as puppies. Nevertheless, some dogs are down right aggressive towards birds. They may try to tear open the stainless bird cage or Victorian top bird cage. As a result, never leave your dog unattended with your parrots—even if they are in stainless steel bird cages or stainless bird cages. The risk is simply too great.
- Reptiles. Reptiles and birds simply do not go. Never let your snake or lizard into your stainless bird cage or Victorian top bird cage. One or both of your pets is bound to become injured.