Monday, November 19, 2018

It's a Zoo Life

This post has a lot of photos, and some of you may have seen these on Facebook already.

Auntie and I went to a place called It's a Zoo Life over the weekend.  There were many types of animals that you could interact with and feed.  We had a great time!

There were three kangaroos that loved the grapes we brought for them.

The camel tried to eat the apples, but he kept knocking them out of our hands and the miniature horses and donkey would get them. 

We were able to hold an eight week old wallaby.  He was precious! 

There were two emus but they didn't want to be petted.

The wolf hybrid loved the attention though!

We did not go in the enclosure for the goats, pigs, or sheep...

I can't remember what type of ram this is, but he had 4 horns growing out of his head!

The ram and the sheep above created this baby...

The llama was fun to pet.  He was in with the alpacas.  It was neat to feel the difference in their fur and body structure. 

These are two of the alpaca...the baby is almost as big as his mom!

These are porcupines...look at that sweet baby!  These guys loved the grapes too.

I can't remember what this animal was...he just sat there soaking up the sun. 

Since the weather has turned cooler, many of the animals have moved into the house.  There were two sulcata tortoises just roaming around.

A two-toed sloth was hanging out on the stove...the pilot light was on, so she was staying warm.  She also liked grapes.

Upstairs, there was a baby gazelle, and a couple of ring-tailed lemurs.

Here's Auntie holding  being sat on by the lemur
I got a chance to pet the lemur too...he was very soft.

This was a really fun outing.  We have quite a few animal experiences around the area.  I am trying to visit them all.

Here's the link again to It's a Zoo Life if you want to read about them.


  1. Wow! What a fantastic visit, thanks for sharing these awesome pics! We no longer have a FB account, so nope, we hadn't seen any shots. :-)

  2. These photos are fantastic! Thanks for sharing.

  3. That was a wonderful visit and lots of lovely photos of the animals.

  4. My human would LOVE to visit a place like this!!

  5. What a fun place and a great thing to experience. Thanks for sharing the photos with us.


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