With seniors in nursing homes across the country missing human contact, some are finding comfort with furry visitors. Harriet Krakowski, 85, hasn’t seen her family in nearly a year due to COVID-19 restrictions at the Hebrew Home in the Bronx, New York. She even became a great-grandmother two times over during the pandemic. But since she can’t hold those babies just yet, the pups are the next best thing. The dogs belong to staff members, and they bring joy to those isolated from relatives.