On Tuesday, some Year 4 children had the pleasure of visiting the animals at 'Pets at Home'. They were allowed to hold and stroke the animals and were given some interesting information about them.
Arthur (class 4) said, " We saw some guinea pigs and rabbits - they were very furry and soft. They have to eat a lot of hay to grind their teeth down."
Declan (Class 4): "I liked the rabbit because it was soft and made me feel sleepy - in a nice way. The guinea pigs open their eyes wide when they want feeding."
Elisha (Class 4): I liked it when I held the lizard because it was spiky. It was like a massage on my hand."
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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