(WFLA) – People in Japan line up at the doors to spend some time with hedgehogs at a new cafe in Tokyo, NBC reported.
The cafe features about 20 to 30 hedgehogs of different breeds that visitors can spend time with for a fee of $9 on weekdays and $12 on the weekends. That fee gives the guests about an hour to play with the prickly cuties. Staffers say most of the animals are friendly to the guests.
Hedgehogs are not native in Japan but they are widely bred as pets.
According to NBC, there are other animal cafes in the city – cat, rabbit, owl, hawk and even snake.
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