The hype house is a Sydney Opera House theatre which houses an array of animals, including cats, pigs, and a few horses.
The animals are kept in cages and there is a bar to keep the animals quiet.
There are a few rules and regulations, like the use of a leash, and the animals are allowed to roam freely.
The hype houses can also house people who have been diagnosed with cancer, and people who need to be restrained or confined to their homes for some reason.
The pets have been in the house for about 20 years, and we are not sure if they are ever going to go.
Theres not a lot of information available about the animals in the hype house.
However, it is believed that the hype houses are only home to animals which have been registered with the NSW Department of Primary Industries.
This means that they can be housed at other NSW institutions, such as hospitals, nursing homes, and children’s homes.
The NSW Department says that the animals can be kept for up to two years without incident.
However that may not be enough time to make sure that the pets are healthy.
The Department says there are rules in place that will help prevent animal cruelty.
These rules can be found on their website.
These are as follows: The hype is a licensed facility, so it is a responsible animal facility.
The main thing that you should do is look after your pet and not disturb the animals.