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Thailand's True Love Dog Cafe Doubles as a Petting Zoo for Huskies


Dog lovers of the world unite! Bangkok's True Love dog cafe is a hip new spot where customers can have coffee and desert alongside 25 playful huskies, and even go into the petting zoo and interact with the dogs, petting them, feeding them, and playing all sorts of games. The cafe opened in 2013, when a family of husky breeders decided to share their passion for dogs and especially huskies with the world, thus giving Bangkok it’s very own husky cafe.

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