Since Pokémon Go launched July 6, it has become the No. 1 game on the Apple and Google Play stores and encourages people to get out of the house and walk outside. But for Muncie and the Ball State community, the game has contributed to helping the local animal shelter as well.
Walking into the bakery at 2700 N Wheeling Ave., customers are greeted with the smells of freshly baked treats such as banana crème wafers, apple caramel donuts with sprinkles and grandma’s apple pie. But these treats aren’t for humans — they are for their furry companions.
Large racks of e-cigarette oils line a section of the wall, organized by flavors. A central display case houses different modules and batteries for the e-cigarettes, and a tasting station is assembled for customers to try as many flavors as they want.