The creepy, crawly, soft and stroke-able visit Melbourne & Park House


Posted on May 1st, by editor in CT Extra. No Comments

Residents at Eastgate’s Melbourne & Park House, Nottingham, experienced a day out of the ordinary recently when a pet zoo came to visit.

The creepy, crawly, soft and stroke-able visit Melbourne & Park House

 

Residents at Eastgate’s Melbourne & Park House, Nottingham, experienced a day out of the ordinary recently when a pet zoo came to visit.

 

A whole host of creatures were brought along by their pet handlers, including the creepy, crawly, soft and cuddly.

 

The residents were able to hold beetles, millipedes, giant spiders, rats, rabbits and guinea pigs – residents were very brave handling all the creepy crawlies! Even reluctant residents were able to &ls





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