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Last Post 04-07-2012 7:40 AM by  SharonL
Anyone know the make?
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29-06-2012 5:36 AM
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     Does anyknow now the name/brand of this cage? Am looking to get hold of the stand that goes with it

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    29-06-2012 6:26 AM

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/montana-p...3cc7f4a327

    Hi - I'm fairly new here and don't really do posts but.......looks pretty similar to above link. Montana?

    Hope to have helped.

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    29-06-2012 6:48 AM

    Well thats one awesome first post, looks just like it!! Thanks a lot Mandy, and welcome to the forums! Hope to see more of you

    Another person has mentioned to me that it looks indeed like a Montana, maybe the version San Remo. 

    If anyone have the stand and/or grill I'd be delighted to buy it of you!!

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    29-06-2012 7:03 AM

    .....you're more than welcome!

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    29-06-2012 7:28 AM

    That's a good price for the one on ebay, might be better off putting a bid in for that one

    Hmmm I'm sure I posted this previously, did you ask this question somewhere else?

     

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    29-06-2012 8:07 AM
    Lol, well shropshire is a tad bit far to go for me, as Im in south surrey, but indeed good price for the cage And yes Julie, I posted this on another forum as well
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    29-06-2012 8:42 AM
    Sharon L has two of these in different sizes and has just been dealing with Liberta about a tray for another cage. She said they are the main suppliers/importers for Montana now and had been brilliant with their customer service for spares. So I will ask her to let you have the contact Nina.
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    29-06-2012 9:03 AM
    Thats very helpful Sharon, thank you so much
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    29-06-2012 9:22 AM
    Yep, looks like a Montana to me. Rainforest do a similar one, but it does not have the opening landing platform above the front door.

    When I went on the Liberta website yesterday, they appear to be main agents for Montana now. The lady I have dealt with is Karen. Her email is:-

    Karen.sturrock@libertauk.com

    Very nice and helpful lady.
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    29-06-2012 9:30 AM
    Thats brilliant, thanks Sharon, will email her asap
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    02-07-2012 9:50 AM
    Montana San Remo......I have one here
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    02-07-2012 11:06 AM
    Thanks Lesley, and you should recognise it as its Darcy's old cage

    Haven't gotten around to do the email to Liberta yet, any year now though.. Im sure!
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    04-07-2012 3:44 AM
    Liberta are no longer the main agents for Montana cages, they used to be.
    Our Flock....... Oliver-Greenwing Macaw River and Diesel-Harlequin Macaws Maxwell and Molly-Scarlet Macaws Matilda and Dylan-Blue and Gold Macaws Phoebe-Catalina Macaw Harley and Lucas-Severe Macaws www.scarlettsparrotessentials.co.uk
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    04-07-2012 4:01 AM
    Hi Scarlett, Is there a UK agent for Montana nowadays. I recall having to fax things to Germany (fortunately my son is fluent in German!) and even then I didn't get anywhere!
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    04-07-2012 7:40 AM
    Shame about Liberta then as I have received fantastic customer services from them.
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