Katie, accompanied by pet therapist Karen Schalbetter. said: 'The residents all enjoyed the day with plenty of smiles all round. Baby the cat was even greeted by lots of lovely staff around the home who were all so happy to see her. It's such a rewarding experience to put a smile on people's faces who perhaps have left pets behind to move into safe care accommodation. It brings back a lot of lovely memories for them. The residents especially found it funny that Baby was pushed around in a cat pushchair!'
It was the second therapy visit to a care home that Katie has organised in South Peterborough PCN and there are plans for more.