Destructive bony acetabular metastases cause pain, pathological fractures, and loss of mobility. Although multiple fixation options are available, we have favored a rigid stainless steel partial pelvic cage for acetabular fixation in these patients; however, little is known about the durability of this approach. QUESTION/PURPOSES: (1) How common was loss of fixation in a small series of metastatic acetabular defects treated with an acetabular cage and cemented total hip replacement? (2) What is the implant survival free from reoperation or revision at 2 and 4 years using a competing-risks survivorship estimator in patients thus treated? (3) What complications were associated with the treatment? (4) What level of postoperative mobility was achieved?