BREAKING: Cat Cafés Boring Shit Houses Now Japan Has A Hedgehog One

If for some reason you’re already sick of cat cafés and dog cafés (you complete weirdo), you’ll be relieved to know you can stop wondering whether you’ll ever be happy again, as the animal café world has once again upped its (already sterling) game, this time with hedgehog cafes.
Predictably the café is in Japan, the world capital of Cafés Where You Can Pet Cute Things, and charges punters the Aussie equivalent of $12 on weekdays and $15 on weekends for an hour of hands-on time with the beautiful land-urchins themselves. 
Look at this cute motherfucker, HE DOESN’T EVEN KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH A WHEEL!

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The café, called “Harry” (a play on the Japanese word for ‘hedgehog’), has 30 ‘hogs and has been getting massive queues since opening just a month ago. If you’re so inclined, you can even buy yourself your own hedgehog – given how goddamn cute they are, it is probably pretty hard to not at least consider it.
The owners of the café say their aim is to dispel the reputation hedgehogs have as spiky, unwelcoming creatures by letting people come in and touch them, which seems like a pretty good way to find out that they are, in fact, spiky.
It currently might be a bit too pricy for you to get there, but considering how quick it took for us to get cat cafés, we’ll probably have one in Melbourne in no time. They also have an adorable website you should 100% take a look at:
Source: Metro.
Photo: Getty Images / Joe Raedle.