Needed: More Therapy Cats

Research shows highly emotional people might be more interested in being calmed down by a therapy cat than a therapy dog.

Dogs currently make up some 85 to 90 percent of the therapy animals that reduce anxiety and provide comfort for hospital patients, college students awash in stress, and others in institutionalized settings. But new research suggests that some people might get more out of being with a therapy cat. Such people score high on emotionality, […]
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