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MidWest Poquito Avian Hotel
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- State-of-the-art bird cage provides classy, safe traveling accommodation
- Easy "no nuts and bolts" assembly
- Includes perch, 2 stainless steel food cups, and birdproof door lock
- Cotton rope perch inside and wooden handle perch outside
- Beautiful jewel-toned textured platinum finish
- State-of-the-art bird cage provides classy, safe traveling accommodations
- Wooden perch handle offers fun and exercise
- Includes perch, outside-access food cups, and birdproof door lock
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The Poquito Avian Hotel by MidWest Homes for Pets is a classy temporary lodging solution for traveling birds. This state-of-the-art cage is intended to house birds over a weekend giving them sturdy, safe, and roomy accommodations. The Poquito is also ideal as a sleeping cage, for use in an RV, for short-term travel or boarding, short-term outdoor use for healthy sunlight exposure, or for emergency evacuations. The rooftop offers a fun out-of-cage experience using the wooden perch handle. This cage is constructed of the same solid materials as the entire Avian Adventures product line. A compartmentalized travel tote bag is available (sold separately) for easy transport.
- Interlocking Panels Allow Quick & Easy, “No Tools” Assembly
- Beautiful Jewel-Toned Colors (Ruby and Platinum)
- Includes Two Stainless Steel Outside Access Food Cups
- Bird Proof Door Locks
- Wooden Perch Carrying Handle Offers Fun and Exercise
- Slide-Out Pan Allows Top to be Used as Play Gym
- Includes Interior Formable Cotton Rope Perch
- 14 x 18 x 14in
Top Customer Reviews
Another reviewer mentioned the knobs to open the cages being loose or too tight. Yes, all three of my cages are like that also. However, I think this might have been done on purpose as a way to lock the door. You know parrots can get just about everything open and if they're chilling on the top of the travel cage, they can't just go down and open it up. At least this is my guess as to why they're like that. It's really no big deal.. you unscrew the knob a hair to open the cage and then tighten it again when you close it. I have 3 parrots and when I'm traveling, I choose to only have one or two out at a time. This prevents the "free" parrots from invading the "imprisoned" parrot's oasis, lol.
Also, the rope perch that is included is not of the highest quality. But do not let this keep you from buying this product. As a bird owner, you know there are hundreds of other perches you can install in a cage should the one that's included break.
Unlike other reviewers, my cage came perfectly done. No bent panels. No broken welds. No dirty pieces. No missing/chipped paint. No rust. Assembly was easy and indeed tool-free, taking only minutes. I don't find the weight excessive because I actually realize it's a large hunk of metal.
I would not recommend this cage for anything larger than my Grey. With him, the bar spacing is already pretty close together and the top perch is definitely too small for his feet. He is strong enough to bend the bars if he wanted to (though so far the bars have sprung back perfectly), but the paint has stood up to his abuse. The "small to medium" bird size labeling is indeed correct - I would NOT recommend this product to be used with any Amazon or Cockatoo, as the bar spacing is far too close for either of these parrot types.
The latches are perfect. Yes, you have to unscrew them slightly to open the doors, as other reviewers have said. This is much more intuitive and natural than it first sounds, much like turning a doorknob before pulling on it. I can tell immediately that they're shaped perfectly round for a reason - so they can't be unscrewed and then opened by a beak from inside the cage. If not for this safety feature, I would have used luggage locks and lamp chain to ensure the front door stayed closed during breakout attempts (I use these on my home cage), but they were not necessary.
Definitely recommend, especially for the price!
The rope perch that came with the cage broke as I was installing it. One of the plastic dowels just snapped. Thats OK...I got out the crazy glue (hope it holds).
My real problem was with the hardware. The latches are spring loaded and require you to remove a screw in the latch to install it into the doors, then replace the screw. When you replace the screw, if you tighten it so it is secure, it fits too close to the latch setting to open. The only way to get it to work was to screw it only half way. The problem there is obvious...it will eventually fall out. Out comes the super glue again to get the screws to stay fixed in the half screwed in position. Now the doors work fine, but I sure hope the latches don't ever need maintenance because I will not be able to remove the screws again. This was not a problem with my unit but in fact a design flaw in the hardware.
Anyway, I got it all to work but it was a hassle and the customer service for the company in non-existent.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect to travel with an African Grey parrot.
Used it in car and hotel.
He was very comfortable
I would not recommend this cage for an Amazon parrot even to travel in. My parrot does not like it because the bars are too close together and he can't seem to navigate in it very... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Birdlady
Poorly constructed, very difficult to put together, one of the cup holders was broken, missing springs, one knob wouldn't screw into lever, extremely heavy, and the list of issues... Read morePublished 3 days ago by J. Fernandez
I just put this thing together today, and for now, it is sitting off to the side of my Goffin’s sleeping/eating cage so he can give it the hairy (feathery? Read morePublished 5 days ago by Steven T. Beck
I just put this together and it was relatively easy to assemble. It is a bit heavier than I expected but my bird is an aggressive chewer and would easily destroy anything less... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Glory LE
This is the perfect carrier/temporary housing for my Sun Conure. A little heavy but sturdy. It would be difficult to take apart and put together regularly. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Charlotte Samantha
Works great as a weekend cage for our African grey. She hangs out on top and then we tuck her in at night. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Cheri Mayer