This brave husky found a box full of kittens while walking in the woods and decided to adopt them.
Banner is an adorable service dog with a heart of gold who lives in Georgia, USA. Not only is she dedicated to helping her adoptive mother Whitney Braley manage her Ella disability, but Banner also has a knack for rescuing and caring for other animals in need.
This charming 3-year-old husky has been with Whitney since he was a child. The woman herself trains Banner to help her and others with a variety of tasks and situations, and she knows exactly how to handle herself when her host suffers from anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder
“She’ll sound the alarm for PTSD attacks, anxiety attacks, migraines, directional work, impulsivity, drug recovery, self-harm interruptions, and a few others. We did a lot of rescues and she was always attached to the kitten. Banner raised my first kitten two years ago with a bottle
I found in a ditch. Whitney is also a huge animal lover, so along with Banner, they’re a perfect match, as long as they can do some rescue on their own. So one day, while walking in the forest, they found a sealed cardboard box containing 7 newborn kittens.
Banner immediately informed Whitney and took her to where the kittens were in the woods. After opening the box, the woman began to take out the kittens one by one. Brave Husky by the Lake Whitney said in an interview with Metro: “Someone must have put them in a cardboard box,
screwed the lid on, and left them there to die. They probably thought no one was going to find them. I don’t even know how Banner knew they were there. Kitty Freezes doesn’t meow or anything.” Banner has not left her side since the kittens were rescued and decided
to adopt them as her own.She is a very motherly and loving dog, and as long as the cat takes care of her, she will make sure she is in perfect condition. The puppies are fostered and cared for at Whitney’s home, and she will then be responsible for finding loving homes for each
puppy.“I’ll find the right home for kittens to love them forever. Our local shelter usually sacrifices three days, so it’s best for me to take care of them myself. That’s why I always end up taking care of babies.
I don’t want them to die. .” This loving and brave husky will be a hero to anyone who knows his story.hanks to his skills and big heart, thesefelines are now safe and happy. No doubt this rescue will be admired for a long time.