When people ares tuck at Denver International Airport, their stress level usually goes up whether it’s because of a missed flight, lost luggage, or just the general hectic confusion of flying. That’s why Denver’s airport offers passengers therapy animals and one of those animals is a cat.

Xeli is a 12-pound domestic shorthair cat and she’s the newest member of the ‘Canine Airport Therapy Squad’ (CATS). By giving people a chance to pet a therapy animal, the CATS program can help people relax. Xeli and the other CATS crew members wear special vests that read “Pet Me” and usually work two-hour shift so the next time You;’re in Denver, look for a therapy animal to hug. It might be a dog or it might be Xeli, Denver’s only airport therapy cat.

To read more about Denver’s airport therapy cat, click here.