Rat Cafe

By Manager Online   
17 July 2017 10:14
Rat Cafe
Sprout the rat looks on while being pet during a pop-up Rat Cafe at the San Francisco Dungeon in San Francisco, California on July 1, 2017. Josh Edelson/AFP
        The San Francisco Dungeon, a tourist attraction where actors reenact the region’s history, hosted a pop-up Rat Cafe for two days this summer, July 1 and 7.
       
       Several dozen people have shelled out the money to attend one of two breakfast sessions in which they get to interact with approximately six to eight rats and have breakfast. The venue says more breakfasts may be planned at a future date.
       
       Krissi Reeves, a spokeswoman for the Dungeon, said tickets for the July 1 and 8 events sold out in less than an hour.
       
       The rats are provided by Rattie Ratz, a California non-profit that helps place pet rats in homes.
       
       The Rat Cafe opens amid a booming cat cafe trend in parts of Asia and even the United States and Europe, in which visitors sip beverages surrounded by felines which are often available for adoption.

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Charlotte the rat leans against Garth Honhart's face during a pop-up Rat Cafe at the San Francisco Dungeon in San Francisco, California on July 1, 2017. Charlotte was saved from being eaten by a snake at a pet store before being adopted by Rattie Ratz. Josh Edelson/AFP
       

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Winter the rat stands on the shoulders of a Rattie Ratz volunteer during a pop-up Rat Cafe at the San Francisco Dungeon in San Francisco, California on July 1, 2017. Josh Edelson/AFP
       

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People pet Emory the rat during a pop-up Rat Cafe at the San Francisco Dungeon in San Francisco, California on July 1, 2017. Josh Edelson/AFP
       

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Zoe Parsigian pets Charlotte the rat during a pop-up Rat Cafe at the San Francisco Dungeon in San Francisco, California on July 1, 2017. Josh Edelson/AFP
       

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Emory the rat stands on the shoulders of Molly Darling Roque during a pop-up Rat Cafe at the San Francisco Dungeon in San Francisco, California on July 1, 2017. Josh Edelson/AFP
       

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Two rats are introduced to one another during a pop-up Rat Cafe at the San Francisco Dungeon in San Francisco, California on July 1, 2017. Josh Edelson/AFP
       

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Molly Darling Roque holds Emory the rat in her hands during a pop-up Rat Cafe at the San Francisco Dungeon in San Francisco, California on July 1, 2017. Josh Edelson/AFP
       

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