‘Rat Cafe’ opening up in San Francisco

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SAN FRANCISCO — A tourist attraction in San Francisco will offer a limited-time attraction in July, where visitors can dine amongst live rats. No, really!

According to CNN, for two days, The San Francisco Dungeon will host the “Rat Cafe.” For $50, diners can sip coffee and munch pastries alongside the creepy critters.

Before you freak out, the rodents are domesticated and disease-free, and come courtesy of a local animal rescue. In fact, patrons will even have the opportunity to adopt one.