My QP Oscar has two very large cages. They are dark green in color and his food is served on top of the cage (in the living room) which has ladders built on top. This is also his sleeping cage.
His second cage is in the kitchen which he can go to by walking along the rope. This is more his play cage or the one I will take outside or to the sitters. It is just a little smaller than his other cage.
There is no such thing as a cage too big for a Quaker .... so get what you can that will serve the purposes you intend.
p.s. If you go to the photos section on this forum you will see some of the cages we all have.
Last Edit: Jul 26, 2016 13:45:14 GMT -5 by julianna
Pidge has a large black cage on a stand in Family room. I think it is too high as it is a bit taller than me. A friend says he'll cut the stand down so he is lower. I have a fairly large night cage with black cover in the laundry. This means we can use the Family room after dark.