One thing that makes a pub a must-visit – other than cheap pints: the presence of a pub cat or dog.
A day cooing over a kitty or stroking a dog while boozing and chatting with pals is a day well spent, we reckon.
So it’s handy to know the places where you’re likely to do some good pet-spotting.
Thankfully TrustedHousesitters has shared their list of the 100 most pet-friendly places in the world, based on the places recommended by the site’s members.
We’re in luck, as a load of places in the UK make the list.
And Londoners, we’re especially hashtag blessed as a humble pub lands a spot at 65 worldwide.
The Camel in Bethnal Green was voted the best pub for pets in the world, not just because they allow dogs and cats to come in and have a bowl of water, but because they have to pub cats called Pie and Steve.
‘We’re a really pet friendly pub,’ says Debbie Connor, the Camel Pub’s owner. ‘We’re near parks with lots of outdoor seating.
‘Dogs and cats are very welcome inside and we always offer them bowls of water.
‘My cats are called Pie and Steve and Steve particularly loves dogs. There was a bulldog under the table the other day and Steve went to sit with him and drink out of his bowl, we have a really friendly animal and human community.’
From over 54,000 locations that were recommended worldwide, 30 British pet-friendly places made the top 100, making the UK the most pet-friendly place in the world.
Other pet-friendly spots that rated highly included Portobello Beach in Edinburgh, cafes in Brighton, and the Eden Project; where dogs love being taken on walks.
The list has been released to celebrate the new TrustedHousesitters app, which helps people to match with verified house and pet sitters, as well as find places to take pets on walks.
You can see the full list of the top 10 pet-friendly places in the world on the TrustedHousesitters website, but we’ve listed the best places in the UK below.
No judgement if you now plan to go to each one to meet friendly doggos.