Kagesan No.7 Sand Sheets

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Ideal for lining the base of the bird cage.


Ideal for lining the base of the bird cage.



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Kagesan No.7 Sand Sheets

Standard Delivery* please allow 5 business days for the majority of orders

£6.95 for all orders to Mainland UK and N.Ireland. Excludes remote areas.

*fluctuations in demand or stock levels as well as weight restrictions, size restrictions and other contractual agreements mean that some products are not available for home delivery, and may be  ‘Instore Only’ or available to ‘Click and Collect’.


Delivery to Remote Areas From £12

Standard delivery available to Scottish Highlands, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Isle of Wight. For a full list of prices please visit our delivery page for further details.



If you are not completely satisfied with your order, you can return your goods within 30 days of receipt via post or your local Jollyes Petfood Superstore.


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The convenient and hygienic way to keep your budgie's or canary's cage clean and tidy. Just remove the used sand sheet and replace with a new Kagesan Sanded Sheet twice a week.

For the complete cage, hygiene wipes over the cage tray and thoroughly clean the feeders, perches and cage accessories once a week.

Kagesan sand sheets are cut to a size to fit the more common cage. It may be necessary to trim the sheet down to fit your own cage. Dimensions: Size - 55 x 30cm

Key Features:

  • Ideal for lining the base of the bird cage
  • Easy to fit and remove
  • Can be cut to size

Safety & Advice:

Keeping Budgies in a Cage-

Budgies are flock birds, and they will live happily together. However, an established bird may still get a bit distressed if a new member is introduced to the flock – especially if that flock consists of just one or two birds.

Any new addition will need a period of quarantine, to make sure there are no health issues, and to get all the birds used to each other. For the first four weeks, you should keep the new budgie in a separate cage, close to the other birds. This will give everyone a chance to acclimatise. After this time has elapsed, bring the cages close together so that the budgies can make their first beak-to-beak contact.

Maintain this status quo until the birds seem at ease with each other. The first physical contact without bars should take place in the cage the birds are due to occupy together. If this is the already the older bird’s territory, swap the fixtures and fittings around to make it a different, neutral space. Put food stations on both sides of the cage, to allow the budgies to feed separately if they so desire.

Keeping Budgies in Pairs-

A pair of budgies will, generally, be happier than a single budgie. They are sociable birds, and in the wild, they live in large flocks. Two birds and a couple of mirrors will recreate the contact and noise of a flock (albeit a very small one). It would be easy to say ‘the more, the merrier’, but this could be taken as suggesting that happiness increases with the size of the flock, which is neither true nor (for most of us) practical. All your bird needs is a companion, and its socialising needs will be met.

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