Rescue Cat Helps Vet Hospital’s Patients Feel Relaxed During Their Procedures

Ron, a six-month-old kitten, was rescued, along with three other kittens, from a feral cat colony.

He spends his time at the Northfield Veterinary Hospital in Denver, Colorado, and also provides a ‘nursing service’ to dogs and cats who go there for dental work.

Ron hopped on the carrier of a highly aggressive, anxiety-ridden cat, and within minutes, the cat was purring and playing with Ron. The cat even let vets pet him, something he did not allow before meeting Ron.

From that moment on, Ron was known as the “therapy cat.” Ron lays with the furry patients, snuggling and cuddling them.  He tries to make them feel as relaxed as possible during their procedures. He uses his body heat to keep them warm, and even checks on them after their procedures. Ron gets along with all the animals, and the dogs and other cats love him right back!

When the hospital’s owner posted pictures of Ron snuggling with patients online, people began requesting Ron’s service when they got there.

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