Mews and Nips: Therapy Cat Helps Ease Travel Stress at Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport

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Traveling only becomes a little less stressful if you fly through Minneapolis. An 11-year-old suture provides snoring therapy in busy Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport. According to The Twin Cities Pioneer Press, the cat mixture was the first cat to join the comfort animal support team at the airport, the 96 Animal Ambassador program. Stitches are usually pushed inside the stroller with a sign that reads "Pet Me!" Above. He even has his own business card that people can pick up after a good neck scratching session. For more information about Stitches and videos about him at work, visit Travel and Leisure.

If you missed one of the stories featured on Conscious Cats this week, here's a recap: on Monday, we offer tips on how to reduce holiday stress for your cat, on Tuesday, we present adorable cat slipper socks, on Wednesday, we tell you about the big savings from Raw Paw Pet Food, on Thursday , we celebrated Thanksgiving, and on Friday, we told you about some amazing Black Friday weekend offers from our friends at Hauspanther and Triple T Studios.

The cat in today's video makes me smile – just look at that happy little face!

Happy weekend!

Photos through Travel and Vacation

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