I think everyone reading this article can agree that cuddling as many baby animals as possible is a great goal in life. Sloths are one of the animals that are at the top of my list to cuddle because they're just so adorable!\nAll they really want to do is hang out from branches, look out at us with their adorable eyes, and give us sloth hugs with their long furry arms! If you've been wanting to meet some sloths and other adorable animals, Little Rays Reptile Zoo located in Hamilton is holding a Wildlife Festival in Mississauga next month!\nREAD ALSO: Toronto's First-Ever Poutine Festival Is Officially Coming Back This Spring\nView this post on Instagram Holding sweet angel baby, Linus the Sloth. 👼🏻😍#tbt #sloth #dreamsdocometrue A post shared by Kristen (@somethingbliss) on Sep 27, 2018 at 12:15pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram I met a sloth and I have never been happier in my entire life 🙈 notice the tears of happiness in my eyes #sloth A post shared by Jay Gaunt (@jaygaunt14) on Sep 5, 2018 at 9:08am PDT\nLittle Ray's Wildlife Festival is happening at The International Centre in Mississauga this weekend on February 2nd and 3rd! You can meet sloths, kangaroos, bobcats, groundhogs, alligators, owls, giant snakes, and more.\nThere will be 40+ live animal exhibits for visitors to enjoy and learn all about animal rescue and conservation. If you want to have a one-on-one experience with the sloth all you have to do is share their event on Facebook and you can win the VIP meet and greet!\nREAD ALSO: You Can Float Down A 3.2 Km Lazy River Inside An Ancient Canyon Near Ontario This Spring\nView this post on Instagram Some days you’re holding a baby, other days a #sloth named Roger. #BCMprez #childrensmuseumceo #ceomom A post shared by Stephanie Wilchfort (@stephwilchfort) on Aug 10, 2018 at 2:39pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram The Out of Place crew took a trip back to @littleraysnaturecentres ! - #conestogaconnected #conestogacollege #waterlooregion #kitchener #waterloo #cambridge #tricities #rogerstv #snakes #reptiles #littleraysreptilezoo A post shared by Conestoga Connected (@conestogaconnected) on Nov 21, 2018 at 10:07am PST\nView this post on Instagram My anaconda don’t 🐍 A post shared by Kirsten Burley (@kirsten_burley) on Oct 18, 2018 at 7:51pm PDT\nThe event is running on Saturday and Sunday from 10 am until 5 pm. Tickets cost $14.50 for general admission and if you come in a group of more than 4 people, each additional person will only pay $10. Children under 2 years old will get in for free!\nThere is a location for Litte Rays Reptile Zoo in Hamilton if you can't make the event this weekend where all these animals call home and you can visit them there any time of year.\nView this post on Instagram Chloe gives Ella a run for cutest creature award. A post shared by Tom Gnidziejko (@tomgnidziejko) on Apr 22, 2018 at 5:27pm PDT\n@jessie_goyetteembedded via\nCheck out their website for more information and to buy your tickets!