2023 Author: Alex Livingston | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 11:39
Today we want to talk to you about Simba, a kitten who recently joined the animal team from Pet Therapy of the hospital San Donato of Arezzo.
For those unfamiliar with it, Pet Therapy, literally the therapy of pets, is an approach to the care of people in need of help that our four-legged friends use.
Dogs And cats which therefore manage to make patients in hospitals or people living in retirement homes feel better.
Because we know how much cats are able to make our lives better. And it is no coincidence that we have told you about cat therapy, or rather the benefits and privileges of living with a cat.
So why not use these animals to give a smile to people who really need to smile? So more and more hospitals in our country are using Pet Therapy to make sick people feel better.
Among these, there is also the San Donato hospital in Arezzo. A hospital that has been using dogs for some time to bring a little joy to the days of hospitalized people.
There has recently been a turning point. Because a new element has entered the pet therapy team of the San Donato Hospital in Arezzo.
And no, this time it's not a dog. In fact, Simba has arrived at the hospital, a beautiful kitten who is now ready to make patients happy.
Simba is a Ragdoll cat that is 10 months old. For some time he has been part of the Pet Therapy animals of the San Donato Hospital in Arezzo and everyone seems to appreciate it.
From patients to workers, everyone is delighted with this new presence in the Oncology and Radiotherapy departments.
In fact, Simba manages to give a smile to all those people who sometimes no longer want to smile. Proof of the fact that our four-legged friends can really improve our lives!
Let's talk about Pet Therapy with cats and all the reasons why it can really be a valid one ally for our physical and mental well-being. That animals are able to help us face difficulties is certainly not new. In fact, there are many cases of cats or dogs that have helped people with physical or emotional problems.
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He is the cat for pet therapy of the Oncology and Radiotherapy department of the San Donato hospital in Arezzo. His name is Simba and he will 'work alongside' some dogs already hired as healthy carriers of joy and positivity. The new member of the team is almost 10 months old and is a ragdoll, a breed of American origin that has no difficulty interacting with Fido.