Do you know what role an animal play in our lives? According to the research, pets can lower our blood pressure, anxiety, and levels of stress. And this is the reason why most of the people are animal lovers on this planet. Nowadays many organizations and cafes offer you an opportunity to spend some time with pets and have fun.
Here the best places in Los Angeles for animal lovers. Explore with Stephanie Taunton.
CRUMBS & WHISKERS
Kanchan Singh the founder of Crumbs and Whiskers started this café with the motive to do something good for the world, especially for the animals. According to her opening, a cat café is one of the best ways to treat homeless cats in a more humane way and it will increase more adoptions.
The first Crumbs & Whiskers in Washington, D.C. worked so well that she went West Coast, opening a second location on Melrose Avenue in L.A. You can pre-book the visits from the website. Pricing is $22 on weekdays and $25 on weekends approximately, which gets you 75 minutes of catlike playtime. Lattes may not be included.
THE DOG CAFÉ
The Dog Café is settled in a Silver Lake strip mall, where visitors can pay $15 for an hour of fun with dogs rescued from L.A. shelters. This place is built for animal lovers. Puppies live on site for as long as it takes to find them a permanent home and is free to roam the play area, flaunt their personalities outside of stressful shelter environments. Many successful adoptions have occurred since their grand opening in April 2016. Individuals are introduced to the pooches in small groups and while walk-ins can occasionally be accommodated. Reservations are highly recommended.
STAR ECO STATION
STAR Eco Station is one of the best places for kids. Basically, it is an environmental science museum in Culver City, to learn more about fish, alligators, tortoises, parrots, pythons, etc. It is a designated Official Wildlife Rescue Center by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Seasonal eco-camps teach children about the maintenance and feeding of their animals, with an emphasis on ecosystems and conservation.
MALIBU WINE SAFARI
Saddlerock Ranch is 1,000 extensive acres of vineyards and home to the Semler family’s zebras, emu, llamas, camels, horses, chickens, goats, and Stanley the famous giraffe. Most of the exotics here are retired from the film industry or reject from zoos and collectors. They are enjoying their lives well in the hills of coastal L.A. County. The setting may be familiar to enthusiasts of reality television. Malibu Wine Safari offers numerous tour tiers with a variety of wildness and wines, all with magnificent views and savvy guides – perfect for an adventurous date or friends groups.
So these are the few best places in Los Angeles that every animal lover should visit once in a lifetime. What you are waiting for? Pack your bags and let’s explore these places with Stephanie Taunton.