Large Parrot Cage-Marrakesh £79.90 delivered & up to 10% extra discount + 5% quidco - HotUKDeals
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Personally I think this is a great deal and the company have great customer services.
I ordered this cage about 1am Saturday morning before they dropped the price later in the day, I brought the price drop to their attention and they have now £20 taken of my original bill so I well scored as I already collected my 10% first order discount on my full total.

Shame about the plastic dishes but that is easily solved.

less 5% as cage is over £75 or less 10% if first order

Parrot Cage Marrakesh - Roomy cage with basic accessories for parrots and other birds.

Marrakesh is a cage with basic accessories for parrots and other birds. The practical and large top doors make cleaning easier and allow a large top opening. The large top opening and the long perches (included) help create great places to perch. The gold caging itself gleams. Marrakesh can be opened from the front and from the top of the cage. The allows the animal free landing, and a place to hang out. The animal is separated from the removable base-drawer by caging.

Dimensions: Total: L 56 cm x W 86 cm x H 155 cm (with stand) * Front door with lock: 33 x 28 cm * Top opening: 75 x 35 cm * Space between bars: 2 cm * Height of the removable base-drawer: 2.5 cm * Height of the stand (ground to base-drawer): 49 cm

Included: 4 plastic trays for mounting, 3 wood perches to go widthwise, and 1 long wood perch to go lengthwise.
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banned#1
Great price for freestanding Bird cage
1 Like #2
Is it not a bit cruel, keeping an animal that is designed to fly in such a small cage? I'm against caging any animals, but at least hamsters for example have room to run up and down.
#3
Andysan
Is it not a bit cruel, keeping an animal that is designed to fly in such a small cage? I'm against caging any animals, but at least hamsters for example have room to run up and down.


My thoughts to , it makes me sad when any animal is caged ....even a lizard lol...i would sooner see a bird flying in the wild then stuck in a cage looking depressed just makes me feel like opening the cage to free it :-(

I went London Zoo once and made me sick enough ...monkeys in cages and birds were shivering in the cold when there use to nice hot weather in Africa or alike ....a panther pacing back and forth none stop....how can anyone enjoy seeing this i dont know.
1 Like #4
A-n-d-y
My thoughts to , it makes me sad when any animal is caged ....even a lizard lol...i would sooner see a bird flying in the wild then stuck in a cage looking depressed just makes me feel like opening the cage to free it :-(


Hmmm none of my birds have ever sat in a cage looking depressed. Birds are very sociable and can live very happily as family pets as long as they have suitable stimulation and a good diet.
#5
Maybe but i guess if we were in cages and given food and drink we could live , does not mean were happy
banned#6
I always let my birds go after a couple of nights, only fair!
#7
Were talking about the flying type ;)
#8
I thought this was about the deals, not statments.
#9
A-n-d-y
....a panther pacing back and forth none stop....how can anyone enjoy seeing this i dont know.


We managed to break up it's relentless back & forward routine by thowing dry roasted peanuts at it (honey variety)...however, one got stuck in it's throat & started coughing violently. Only then did we see the sign below its cage "Do not throw dry roasted peanuts at this animal" ...oh how we all laughed as the Zoo Keeper expelled us out into Regents Park.

We're going again soon, but have realised the error of our ways...we'll take just plain salted peanuts this time. :thumbsup:
#10
Well this what makes this site good , people can have views on things :roll:
#11
The birds on the top of the cage always cost more as they are on "higher perches"
#12
well after a bird is captured caged and sold on it is preety hard to release it back into the wild so it is better to just keep it. I had a cockateil i accidentally left the cage door open and it flew away. I left its cage in the garden when i went out and when i came back a few hours later it flew back into the cage pretty amazing
banned#13
h_360
well after a bird is captured caged and sold on it is preety hard to release it back into the wild so it is better to just keep it. I had a cockateil i accidentally left the cage door open and it flew away. I left its cage in the garden when i went out and when i came back a few hours later it flew back into the cage pretty amazing


What was your cocktail doing in a cage anyway?
2 Likes #14
[SIZE=2]Most Parrot type birds are bred in captivity now as imported wild birds are still banned(i think).I think wild birds should be left in the :whistling:wild but the captive bred birds are(if cared for well) a very happy bunch.They are fed.bathed, played with given affection and loved....all this guy did was post a bargain and did`nt ask for all this bird c**P:oops: [/SIZE]
banned#15
You lot bore the pants off these deals sometimes.. Zzz...
#16
man, you find anything and everything on this website huh? but about the animal cruelty, i agree! animals should be free like humans, only animals that i think is fair to keep are fishes as they have more chances of staying alive in you tank then the river etc... i had a fighting fish that use to love to curl around my finger when i dip it in on top of the tank! but my cat scooped it out one day while i was at work =(

anyways! goodnight
#17
Andysan
I'm against caging any animals,


you aint met my kids :w00t:
#18
dogs and cats too.. i was in the Philippines in march and i saw so many stray animals it made me sick! so i think they are better off as pets with humans that will look after them!

the new born puppies where eating cockroaches! yuck..

but birds should be free to fly the world! when i had birds, i turned a big toilet in my house into there house and left the window open all they, they went and came freely and i enjoyed them to bits! but they got to cheery and wouldn't let us sleep so we had to get rid of them =(
#19
Vimes220
you aint met my kids :w00t:


your suppose to teach them good from bad, tut tut
#20
looby75
Hmmm none of my birds have ever sat in a cage looking depressed. Birds are very sociable and can live very happily as family pets as long as they have suitable stimulation and a good diet.


Don't tell me...a little bird told you!

Sheesh!
banned#21
g.red
Don't tell me...a little bird told you!

Sheesh!


Good one
#22
ok so i bought this cage, but am greatly dissapointed. all my goldfish are now dead. it does not hold water like there old little fish bowl.
i just wanted to give them more room sob sob
#23
I grew up with a pet budgie, but after a while it got to me seeing it unhappy in it's little cage.

For my birthday I had the shed turned into an aviary but after a while I felt sad because it was rather dark inside and still not enough room.

I then bought a really big aviary and for a little while I felt happier. But in the end I couldn't justify keeping birds anymore, It was far too unfair on an animal that will naturally fly to be caged.

It's really cruel and I regret ever subjecting something I was very fond of to that.
#24
I think my parrot is dead. Can anyone tell me how I can know for sure?
#25
i was in the Philippines in march


Do you not care about your carbon footprint?
#26
If you keep Parrots then it's only fair you should swop homes with them, permanently. It's pathetic.
#27
termite
Do you not care about your carbon footprint?


umm, let me think about that for a moment....No.

when i have money I'm gonna buy Lamborghini's, hummer's, Ford GT's and any other car that kills the world. i wanna live my life not worry about how others are going to live it in the future! they can figure it out them selfs.
#28
Would this cage be suitable for chickens, so that when they are plump enough I can have a good Sunday roast :)
#29
davohotuk
Would this cage be suitable for chickens, so that when they are plump enough I can have a good Sunday roast :)

Think you could probably cram a few in battery style!! (Only Kidding!!)

I agree that it is better for the beasts to stay wild - but as a deal looks pretty hot to me. Maybe ok as a deluxe size budgie cage
1 Like #30
Firstly as I have a parrot rescue it is really good to here their are so many bird lovers out their even if some of you don't really understand birds.

Shame you would not feel the same way about battery farmed meat then maybe we can stop these horrible practices. I was brought up on a small farm (croft) and personally like my meat to have the best life I can provide.

Some parrot info.... people who love their birds don't keep them in cages, the cage is their room within a family home. My parrots are allowed out and only go in their cage to eat and sleep. They are very happy and loving, they have plenty of room to fly in the house and are better fed and get more attention than anyone else in our house. I am currently making them a outdoor flight, but to be honest I know my cockatoo with not be happy in it as he always prefers to be with us.

I also have large outdoor aviary's were the rescued birds live and they are happy too. They might have boundaries but want for nothing. Occasionally we have had birds escape and they always come back, does this not hint at they are happy here?

Remember most birds including those in the wild only fly to get food, not for the fun of it and that is why it is dangerous to feed wild birds and they suddenly stop as they rely on the food supply you started for them.
#31
I am expecting my first child in December - is this a suitable enclosure for them? At £79, it does compete with many of the cribs we've looked at... :thumbsup:
1 Like #32
Why dont u guys appreciate the deal rather than discuss the cruelty part on another thread or call each other at home. Just try to appreciate the OP
1 Like #33
sheps

Some parrot info.... people who love their birds don't keep them in cages, the cage is their room within a family home. My parrots are allowed out and only go in their cage to eat and sleep. They are very happy and loving, they have plenty of room to fly in the house and are better fed and get more attention than anyone else in our house. I am currently making them a outdoor flight, but to be honest I know my cockatoo with not be happy in it as he always prefers to be with us.


Wouldn't they just poo all over the house though? I mean... you can train cats and dogs not to do it but as far as i can tell birds don't even seem to know they're pooing half the time :?
#34
chappers158
Wouldn't they just poo all over the house though? I mean... you can train cats and dogs not to do it but as far as i can tell birds don't even seem to know they're pooing half the time :?


No parrots are very intelligent on many levels so they can be house easily trained.
#35
sheps
Firstly as I have a parrot rescue it is really good to here their are so many bird lovers out their even if some of you don't really understand birds. ......

Some parrot info.... people who love their birds don't keep them in cages, the cage is their room within a family home. My parrots are allowed out and only go in their cage to eat and sleep. They are very happy and loving, they have plenty of room to fly in the house and are better fed and get more attention than anyone else in our house. .


Sheps - nice one for having the Parrot rescue centre going.! Wasn't going to respond to the ethical points on thread but I also used to look after birds (feathered) - quails, pigeons, finches, cockatiels & budgies. You are right that Parrots make good companions and should not be caged (although i prefer they were not captive at all). Basically if their lot is pretty good they stick with the food source and company - they are sociable and like interaction/stimulus. Reality is if they get out for any period of time the wild birds will attack them. Anyone who buys one of these to keep a parrot or similar in 24/7 doesnt really know how to look after their pet! Back on track tho - seems a good price for the cage!
#36
Bourne
Why dont u guys appreciate the deal rather than discuss the cruelty part on another thread or call each other at home. Just try to appreciate the OP


Because some people don't judge a good deal on price alone.
#37
I asked a local parrot what he thought of the cage, and the annoying ****** kept repeating how good he thought it was :-)
banned#38
sheps
No parrots are very intelligent on many levels so they can be house easily trained.


The same cant be said of my wife!
#39
Bourne
Why dont u guys appreciate the deal rather than discuss the cruelty part on another thread or call each other at home. Just try to appreciate the OP


how about we club together and buy a big cage for the OP? If we set up a webcam we can all watch him/her pace up and down (providing the cage is large enough to pace in, of course). Would that count as appreciation?

(No harm intended sheps)

p.s. we would have no need to call each other at home then.
#40
Applesink
how about we club together and buy a big cage for the OP? If we set up a webcam we can all watch him/her pace up and down (providing the cage is large enough to pace in, of course). Would that count as appreciation?

(No harm intended sheps)

p.s. we would have no need to call each other at home then.



In this land of capitalism I thought the aim of many was to live in a cage then rent a cage with the aim to one day own your own cage and then maybe try and get an even bigger one :p

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