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"EnotoCafe" (Raccoon Cafe) Opened in Kaluga
16.07.2018 23:42

(Source: http://tourism.interfax.ru/ru/news/articles/50845)

The first raccoon cafe "EnotoCafe" in the city has opened in Kaluga.

      
Visitors of the cafe can see three raccoons there: Matilda, Zhulik and Zoya.

      
According to the organizers, it is not recommended to come  tp the cafe with children under 7 years old, it is also forbidden to feed animals  with the
brought food and cause them any harm.

      
Also, visitors are warned in advance that raccoons can bite during meals or scratch the guest.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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