It’s safe to say that almost everyone is under some kind of stress now, whether it’s because of the pandemic, the economy or even just life in general! How to distress? The answer’s simple – adorable huskies!
Now that I’ve got your attention, this cafe located in the cosy corner of SS7, Kelana Jaya has some of the most friendly huskies you can ever find! Huskiss is a pet cafe housing eight woolly huskies and Alaskan malamutes solely intended for users to simply destress.
Handling the business during and post Movement Control Order
We had the privilege of chatting with the owner of Huskiss, 23-year-old Chan, who said his cafe started from his love of dogs after growing up with them. Being a hospitality graduate, he said while his degree did teach him how to deal with customers, huskies require a whole other special treatment.
“Our huskies are well taken care of, well-fed and exercised regularly. We even have a vet who regularly visits us to make sure the dogs are healthy.”
The doggos, adorably named, Jean, Hailey, Steffi, Storm, Orien, Queen, Dash and Flash, are extremely well-behaved and also extremely clean.
When asked how it was like sustaining the cafe during the Movement Control Order due to the fact that most businesses were asked to close down, Chan said:
“This is a tough business to stay in as we’re dealing with livestock but thankfully, we’re pulling through.”
Do’s and Dont’s with huskies
Chan then explained some of the Dos and Don’ts when handling huskies where some of the Dos are to, of course, feed and exercise them regularly while making sure they’re always in a cold environment.
Some of the Don’ts are to refrain from training the huskies when they’re too old as they get used to their habits quickly. Not only that, huskies should not be agitated as they tend to play rough.
“We’re not claiming to be therapists but there’s no denying that dogs do make you feel better. Our huskies are so comfortable with children with special needs especially autistic children as well.”
You must be thinking, what sets Huskiss apart from other pet cafes? Well, for one, they’re ethical and you just know the doggos are being well-taken care of. If you’re someone who loves dogs but can’t afford to have them, this is your place as well.
Not only are the huskies cute, they’re also extremely talented. Hailey, the leader of the pack has landed a starring role in an upcoming Tamil film. You can even hire the doggos to be a part of your photoshoot, provided the owner or the employees are present at all times.
If you wish to visit this cafe, their details are as follows:
80-G, Block G,
Zenith Corporate Park
47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Tel: 03-7887 3109
Admission Fees: RM30 per person for a 1-hour session
Since we’re still in RMCO, you’re required to make an earlier booking based on the time slots.
Visiting Huskiss will not only serve as a de-stress method but you will also be supporting a local business that’s still recovering after the MCO. So, visit this cafe now and have fun with all the fluffy doggos!
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