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Old 08-10-2020, 02:41 PM   #1
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Default Free Barney cage

Iím letting my Barney cage go (having a big sort out of space). Itís free to a good home having been used for 3 Syrians previously. Good condition - a slight dent at the top (which has been there since new - it arrived with it!). It was full
cleaned and disinfected a few months ago and has just sat on the bed in spare bedroom since.

Location - near Darlington.
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Old 08-10-2020, 05:32 PM   #2
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A great cage & very kind of you, shame I'm a bit far!
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Old 09-03-2020, 07:47 AM   #3
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Just adding some photos to show the dent It's the top main strong bar on the left side facing. Not that big and doesn't affect the function. The top of the cage also bows in very slightly which I believe is common with Barney cages due to the size and flat top. And the top door you can see has a slight gap under (I think all Barney and Alexander cages have this). The gap isn't as big as it looks and wasn't an issue - I initially clipped the door down but stopped bothering as I don't think a Syrian could get under it - couldn't get my finger under it.

The shelf is plastikoted both sides (green) and easily wiped clean/waterproofed. It was painted from new before being used. No ladder with the shelf. And the sticky out bits on the shelf (for fixing the ladder) were trimmed off and sanded. I used different ramps instead (a large cork log was one option and bendy bridges that screwed to the bars were another).

It's the Skyline Barney "special". Only difference is the bars are silver with a blue top door (as opposed to the usual black bars). It was only sold by Amazon.de.

The dent is quite small but looks enormous on those close ups lol. It is hardly noticeable from the top.

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Old 09-03-2020, 07:48 AM   #4
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