Golden State Warriors duo Jordan Poole and Andrew Wiggins visited a hedgehog café in Tokyo.
The footage of their visit, shared by ESPN's Kendra Andrews, is both adorable and hilarious.
Poole loved the experience, while Wiggins was scared of the tiny critters.
The Golden State Warriors recently spent five days in Tokyo, where they played, and won, two preseason games against the Washington Wizards.
But it wasn't all work for the players, who Saturday enjoyed some time off to take in the sights of Japan.
Jordan Poole and Andrew Wiggins decided to use the day to visit a hedgehog café.
For those wondering, a hedgehog café is just what it sounds like – a café where customers can hang out with hedgehogs. According to Never Ending Footsteps, the hedgehogs at such venues are bred to be domesticated.
ESPN's Kendra Andrews was on hand with a camera during Poole and Wiggins' visit, and the footage is both adorable and hilarious.
Poole loved the experience.
"How are you? My name is Jordan," said the point guard as he held and stroked one of the animals. "Wow, you are so cute. My god."
Poole added: "Wow, I almost don't want to let him go. My heart."
Wiggins, on the other hand, did not feel the same.
He looked terrified as he held one of the tiny critters and was quick to place it back in its box after posing for a quick, and very uncomfortable looking, photo.
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According to Andrews, Poole called the day an "amazing experience."
"Once-in-a-lifetime opportunity kind of situation, I love that," he said.
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Well, when in Tokyo.
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