Hello Red.........IMO it depends on whether the keets will be flighted or not, how many toys will be in the cage, how much time will the keets be out of the cage etc.....If you are just going to use it as a sleeping/eating (holding) cage with almost no toys, then ok I guess (barely)..... The goldren rule though still stands: Purchase the largest (longest) cage you can honestly afford and that you can find room for.........I personally would not buy that cage......Btw, best not to put a new bird into any cage already occupied by existings birds, always put the whole bunch of them into the new cage at the same time....Just a suggestion for current or future additions....... Ya might also want to purchase a flat top cage so you can possibly build/mount a play area up there and/or Full Spectrum Lighting which I hope you also are considering adding......Good luck.
HI me again! Ok i'm in the market of getting a larger cage for my keets,,,,a friend of mine called me today, she no longer wants hers and wants me to get it. I have a 'starter' cage to put it in for now in a seperate room and all. but i'll want to put them all together in a larger cage. I have found one on EBAY for $39.00 w/shipping of $20.00 and it appears to be the perfect cage for what I want. here is the description. If you or your guy is handy at building a cage, I would do that so you can customize it to be just what ya want.
Large swing out door (12.25" x 16.5")
2 Easy access feeder doors (6" x 4.25" ) with door pins
2 Plastic feeder cups with holders & locks
2 Perches ( 3/4" Diameter )
Removable metal grate
Slide out bottom plastic tray
Dimension: 20"Length x 20"Depth x 58"Height
Cage Only: 20"Length x 20"Depth x 35.5"Height
Bar Spacing: 5/8"
gonna TRY to attach a photo of it as well. I'm looking at the bar spacing being 5/8"...that's alright for keets right? I"ll have FOUR total when I adopt the other one! ! ! ! of course i'll put smaller size perches in there for them since a 3/4" will be too big