This small zoo definitely needs an overhaul. The animal habitats are badly over grown, making it difficult to see them. The animals appeared to be cared for, but several paced their cages incessantly, as if they were hungry. Maybe we arrived just before feeding time, but I worried about several of them. Staff were nonexistent except for at the front entrance, and we were greeted by three (two of which were sitting on the ground playing on their phones completely ignoring visitors). The exception was what appeared to be a volunteer in the petting zoo who constantly reminded people to keep their hands out of the donkey pen because the animals bite. Who puts biting animals adjacent to the petting zoo for goodness sake? My instinct is to say to avoid this attraction, but I worry that if people don't go the place will continue to decline and the animals will suffer for it.
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