Observe any family of three or more, and there is always one member who is more "Animal Plant" than "ESPN SportCenter". While the majority are watching another Lebron phony face-plant flop, they are observing snake rescue teams dragging gentrified anacondas back into the wild.
"On any given Saturday or now Sundays (noon - 4:00 pm), while little Mary is being sized for soccer cleats, her little brother sits in the car glued to his game of Candy Crush," states Good Sport owner, Austin Lyne. "We realize that sports are not for everyone and that is when we came up with the mobile petting zoo concept."
On weekends, the Good Sport parking lot is transformed into a full-scale petting zoo. There are lambs, goats, rabbits, and the occasional llama all looking forward to the incredibly sticky fingers of young animal lovers. Visitors are encouraged to walk amongst the flock, offering warm affection to the love-starved livestock as well as pizza crust scraps provided by Good Sport neighbor, Route 3A Pizza and Grille.
"The only downside is packing the animals back in our vehicles following the close of business on weekends", remarked a tired Good Sport employee. "I drive my mom's Prius and there are times when squeezing a llama and three small goats into the back seat is a serious problem!"
Unfortunately, local town ordinances do not allow businesses to establish permanent one-on-one livestock engagement centers (also referred to as 1-2-1LEC). There is also concerned that cute and fluffy animals entrapped in wire cages might provide quick drive-thru takeout for the region's hungry coyote population.
We encourage all local residents to strap the young ones in the car tomorrow and visit the Good Sport's mammal menagerie, after all, it will be April Fool's Day!