I have two cages that were used with Little Bird while she was ill. One is Angel's travel cage, the other a larger white cage. I can see both being used with Angel at some point and I'm sure other rescues will find me who need cages. I do not want whatever Little Bird had to survive on the cages, so how do I disinfect them without it being dangerous to the birds?
I was thinking bleach and water, as long as the cages were rinsed, or perhaps lysol, which I trust far more than bleach in terms of not damaging stuff.
The cages are quarantined outside of my house until they get disinfected, and I mean -well-. One of them is also covered in blood from Angel's vet visit. I put Little Bird onto the bottom of it despite the bloody bars because I didn't have another place smaller, and able to do what I needed at the time.
**Little bird had no contct with the blood, just clean paper on all sides and a hot water bottle. There's blood becaue angel broke some feathers on the way to the vet.
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