I will never stop raving about this place; It is the first ever café in Gaborone to allow pets. This is a big deal if you are a pet owner; we spend so much time at work, away from our furry friends and yes during the weekend we also want to go out and meet friends without feeling like we are abandoning our fur babies, so this works on so many levels for us. Throw in dirt cheap pre-owned books, great nibbles, a quiet place away from the city noise and I would say you have struck gold. This place is not just another hang out spot for me, it is so personal that it feels like it was especially designed and tailored to my weirdness. By sharing a bit on this event I have shared bits and pieces of me: I love animals (dogs, cats, cows, and rabbits…well all animals), I love books, I am an introvert and I love nibbles, lemonade and great vibes. The Bark and Bite event happens every Saturday from 10am to 1pm and it is run by the Botswana society for the prevention of Cruelty to animals (BSPCA). Well I did say I love animals and living “ko ditsheng” my heart breaks every day because there is just so much animal cruelty and abuse and the people abusing the animals do not even know that they are doing it; for them animals are just treated cruelly and that is just the way it is. So just by going out, enjoying yourself and getting a bargain on books you will be helping this organisation in its effort to stop animal cruelty and to provide a foster home and adoption services for pets in Gaborone. How awesome. My dogs have had such a great time and I do recommend this as a weekly outing to socialise your dogs, especially if you spend a lot of your time alone and are introverted like me (I might not like socialising that much, but my dogs do). So we now know where I spend most of my weekends😉. Check out their Facebook page for great events, tips on animal care and who knows maybe you are even looking to adopt a friend; its awesome to be an ethical hedonist.
Uhuru, love, light and lots of smiles,