Traveling can sometimes be stressful. But having an adorable little animals would truly brighten everyone’s day. The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport also realizes this, so they’ve enlisted the help of Seven Oaks Farm. A non-profit organization in southwest Ohio— to bring miniature therapy horses to the airport to cheer up travelers.
“It’s just to ease anxiety levels, put smiles on faces. Clearly that’s working,” Wendi Orlando, told NPR. “When you look at the passengers walking by, it just never gets old. They love seeing the horses.”
The horses owner, Lisa Moad, told the publication the airport-goers absolutely adore the little animals. Some nervous travelers offer thanks for the animal interactions, sharing it provided them with “that little bit of support before they get on the plane.”