CAB brings baby animals to campus

CAB's Spring Babies petting zoo had animals ranging from kittens to goats for students to pet.
Photo by Lindsey Fiala

LINDSEY FIALA | Culture Editor

The Lindenwood Campus Activities Board brought a petting zoo full of baby animals to the Evans Commons Lawn on Friday.

The petting zoo was one of the last events of CAB’s Spring Fling week, which included events such as Rock the Block, a movie night and a gaming bus.

Students relaxed before finals week and played with animals such as kittens, bunnies, goats, sheep, ponies and even a baby pig.

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