At the end of May, Duke Ellington Morris, a 14-year-old black-and-white cat, became the first feline to join the “Wag Brigade” of therapy animals at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Duke was originally a rescue cat in 2010.
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San Francisco has long been a hub for innovation and progressive ideas, and it’s no surprise that the city is at the forefront of groundbreaking therapies and mental health treatments. One such pioneering approach gaining attention is the cat Duke Ellington Morris.
Named after the jazz legend — has spent the last ten years providing solace to patients in hospitals across the city as an animal therapist.
In order to reassure worried passengers, the furry therapists wear “Pet Me” vests and roam the terminals of the airport. The program started in 2013 and came back in 2021when Covid 19 restrictions lifted.
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