Ask Pilar Episode 9: Philip’s Animal Garden

    Snakes, lizards and iguanas. Donkeys, more than 200 bird species and an abundant marine life. They are the natural inhabitants of our island, but when you take a visit to Philip’s Animal Garden you will see wild species like the ocelot, the python, monkeys and caiman too. How come? Well, owner Philip Merryweather is an animal lover who rescues animals that are mistreated, neglected and abandoned. He is our national pet keeper and his place is heaven to our Pilar, an animal lover first rank herself. Take a look at the video and you will see what a warm home means to Philip’s animals and why this is a must-go!

    Thank you for watching!

    #Aruba #ArubaToday #AskPilar #PhilipsAnimalGarden

    Ask Pilar – Philip's Animal Garden

    Snakes, lizards and iguanas. Donkeys, more than 200 bird species and an abundant marine life. They are the natural inhabitants of our island, but when you take a visit to Philip's Animal Garden you will see wild species like the ocelot, the python, monkeys and caiman too. How come? Well, owner Philip Merryweather is an animal lover who rescues animals that are mistreated, neglected and abandoned. He is our national pet keeper and his place is heaven to our Pilar, an animal lover first rank herself. Take a look at the video and you will see what a warm home means to Philip's animals and why this is a must-go!Thank you for watching!#Aruba #ArubaToday #AskPilar #PhilipsAnimalGarden

    Posted by Aruba Today on Tuesday, March 5, 2019

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