Animals·Posted on Aug 27, 20143 Inspiring Therapy Cats Who Are Changing LivesSometimes all you need is a kitty.by Kaelin TullyBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Draven is a two-year old rescue cat from Pennsylvania. Facebook: draventhetherapycat He spends his time visiting hospitals, convalescent centers, schools, and an Assisted Living Center. Facebook: draventhetherapycat During his visits to hospitals, Draven rides in a pet stroller so he's "at a good level for bed ridden folks." Facebook: draventhetherapycat Sometimes he'll even jump out of the stroller and snuggle up on a patient's bed! Facebook: draventhetherapycat Draven also has a special "treat stick" that his new friends can feed him from. Facebook: draventhetherapycat He's even encouraged people with an injured or weak arm to feed him, despite their ailment. In addition to bringing joy to everyone he meets, he travels around to conventions and competitions to help raise awareness for the amazing work that therapy cats do. Facebook: draventhetherapycat Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF pbh2.com HE'S TOO CUTE TO HANDLE. 2. Teddy is a one-year old Ragdoll cat who volunteers his time to people in need. Facebook: Pacific.Lutheran.University In his first outing as a therapy cat, Teddy visited Pacific Lutheran University during finals week. Facebook: Pacific.Lutheran.University Teddy's presence helped alleviate stress and brought a smile to many students' faces during the tense week. Facebook: Pacific.Lutheran.University Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF pbh2.com MORE KITTY HUGS PLEASE. 3. Mim is a rescued purebred Exotic Shorthair. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Mim was picked up by the SPCA after being abandoned outside in her carrier. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Now, Mim spends her days making visits as a volunteer therapy cat. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Her adorable bug eyes and sweet demeanor bring happiness to everyone she meets. View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Therapy cats raise spirits and their sweet, quiet dispositions bring cheer to everyone they meet. thinkstockphotos.com Sometimes all you need is a snuggle from a happy, purring kitty. Facebook: draventhetherapycat Want to keep up with the world of cats? Sign up for BuzzFeed's "This Week in Cats" newsletter!