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There is a cafe nowadays for almost any animal. We've seen our fair shares of cat cafes, there's owl cafes, pig cafes, corgi cafes and we're sure there's more out there. In Seoul, South Korea, there's another animal cafe -- raccoon cafe! 

This may be the first time we've ever heard of a trash panda cafe and from the looks of this video -- it looks hysterical and more entertaining than going to the movies! We can't wait for the world to return to normal so we can travel to this cafe in particular and hang out with these lively trash pandas. 

If you do happen to put this magical cafe on your bucket list, please note to wear a hoodie with tons of pockets, the raccoons go crazy for it! 

And thanks to YouTube commenter, An teenage ADHD f*ker., for describing domesticated raccoons as essentially cats with ADHD, we'll never see it any other way. 

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With over 288 animal cafes in South Korea, the city of Hondea in Seoul is welcoming one more - a raccoon cafe. There's an entrance fee but buying drinks is optional. The local the guideline says that you should put your drinks up whenever you see a raccoon around your table. If you already bought one, make sure you put it onto somewhere high up because these adorable fat, fluffy raccoons run around making troubles literally every second.