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IRIS 3-Tier Wire Cat Cage, White

4.4 out of 5 stars 157 customer reviews
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  • 2 plastic platform perchs and 3 access doors w/pin lock latch system; 6 wheels for easy mobility
  • Space between bars is 1.5"
  • 24.8 x 36.8 x 70.1 Inches

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Product Description

This sturdy wire tower-style cat cage is a great asset if you are trying to acclimate a new pet to your home or nursing back a sick pet after an illness, injury, or surgery. It gives them a safe place to be housed when you are not around to supervise. It has also been used to safely contain pets during threat of natural disasters. No more having to search for scared pets while a storm is upon you. These cages are also great for shelters, foster homes or vet offices!

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24.8 x 36.6 x 70.1 inches ; 48.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 56.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000YG65XQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #113,510 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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By Patrizia VINE VOICE on May 4, 2012
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We have several cats and two dogs. I am COMPULSIVE about my house smelling clean and it does. (I am always happy to hear workmen come in or strangers see the cats and are shocked to find out we have five and there is NO smell) Our cat Pepper recently started peeing at all the doors and though he had been fixed we could not figure this out since he used the litter box as well.

The vet had ruled out anything medical and thankfully he would pee on things I could toss out like dog beds, throw rugs and area rugs but it gets expensive replacing those and buying cleaner! I finally had enough. The vet thinks it is because of some of the neighborhood cats that do show up on our deck from time to time and Pepper is marking his territory.. regardless of the reason for the behavior issue we needed to stop it.

We didn't want to put down a healthy wonderful family member.. we adore him, giving him away was not an option since I would worry someone may abuse him for this behavior if it continued or he would spend his life in a small cage. We can't make him an outdoor cat, as he is declawed and we are in a busy suburb.

I wracked my brain and then started wondering about crating him.. I searched the internet and found this.. It is FANTASTIC.. He does like it although his cat "buddy" in the house keeps petting him through the wires, however he is out when we are home and can keep an eye on him, I work from home so he is out then as well but its nice to come home and not have to inspect rugs, hardwoods, dog beds and doors! (thank goodness he never got to the furniture and he is not allowed in bedrooms)

The downside.. assembly is ridculous..
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This cage is fantastic, it's taller than me (5'7")! I do cat rescue and I've been using it for months now. You will not find anything like this for a better price! One thing you may want to note is that if you use it for kittens (which is what I have been doing) you will need to make something for them to be able to get from one level to the next because the levels are too far apart for kittens to jump to. We remedied this by taking two 2x4's and attaching carpet to them. We also tied the 2x4's to the cage so the kittens couldn't knock them over.
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Update 11/26/10: This cage is NOT for kittens. Kittens 4 months old or younger can get out through the bars on bottom door. Older kittens may be able to as well but I haven't tried it. The little suckers turn their heads sidewise, as well as their shoulders, then their hips one at a time. It's is something to behold. Of course once out they can't get back in.

Orignal review:
It was not hard to put together. It's a little wobbly at the top when the cats are in it. It sits on a nice plastic tray that's very easy to clean. The main problem I have with it is that my two cats (1 yr old) have a hard time getting from shelf to shelf. I think the shelves are too wide for them to feel confident jumping on. It's hard for them to get in a position far enough away from the other shelf to make the jump. They end up having to jump straight up instead of at an angle, which evidently they don't like to do especially when there is nothing to grab onto if they miss. The shelf is a bit more than half the width of the cage. My cats climb up the sides of the cage to get to the next level. They're very cautious of going down to the next shelf too. This was not a problem I expected. They're young cats, they jump on plenty of things.

The wide shelves are a good thing when they're hanging out in it but not when moving up and down. I don't think kittens would be able to get to the shelves either since they are so far apart. You'd need to add ramps which would be tough because they would almost be vertical.

I bought two of these. One is at a foster's house. She put together just two levels and put a condo inside instead of a shelf. She says it's working for her.

I also bought the 3-level cage from Midwest. The shelves aren't as deep.
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I purchased the 3 level cage to have a place for my cats while we are re-carpeting our home, as well as a possible safe place for them to be outside enjoying this coming spring (they are indoor cats). The cage is made of a heavier gauge wire and seems well made. I have 3 cats, none of which have had a hard time getting from one shelf to the other once they tried it out. Now, I leave the bottom door open and they sleep in it. The floor tray and shelf trays are very nice and look like they will keep any food or litter spills contained. The only "issue" I had with the cage was what to put on the shelves since they are pretty slick. I was worried that the girls would slip off if I put a pet bed or even a towel on them. My solution was to buy a couple of bath mats with the rubber on the bottom and using those. The cats like laying on them and they don't budge. One word of advice, follow the directions and put the shelves on the sections before you start to stack the sections. The cage is plenty big for my 3 cats, without crowding them. But I don't house them in it all day.
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