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In this Sept. 30, 2016 photo, Sana Kikuchi, left, and Izumi Horiguchi, right, look at a snake in a container while having a drink at Tokyo’s Snake Center, in Tokyo. Cat cafes where customers sip lattes while petting resident kitties are just opening their doors around the U.S. and Europe. But in Asia, where the first one opened more than a decade ago, the concept has moved well beyond felines. At Tokyo’s Snake Center, visitors pay 1,100 yen (about $11) for a cup of coffee and a slithery friend to wind around their arm; a plate of curry bread snacks or a really big snake costs extra. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)
Angel Otavalo, of Springs, has been charged with 16 housing and zoning code violations, including overcrowding, and unlawful possession of a deer, seen here with an official, which he allegedly kept as a pet. (Credit: News12)
A traveling dog at Denver International Airport checks out one of three new pet relief areas that opened on the concourses last week. (Photo via Denver Post)
U.S. Humane Society employee Crystal Moreland and her dog Andre. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Linda Davidson.
Hotel Cat weight Struggle
Susan Brunvand holds onto Logan, her 31-pound cat at the Silver Fox Inn at the Waterville Valley resort Thursday Sept. 29, 2016 in Waterville Valley, N.H. The cat has been winning over guests and recently internet viewers. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)