Last Updated on March 31, 2023 by Pets Feed
Banner is a lovable, heart-of-gold assistance dog who lives in Georgia, USA. Not only is she dedicated to supporting her adoptive mother Whitney Braley in managing her disability, on top of all this, Banner also has a knack for saving and caring for other animals in need.
The charming 3-year-old husky has been with Whitney since she was a puppy, the woman herself has trained Banner to help her and the others in different tasks and situations, and she is an expert in driving when her owner suffers from an anxiety attack. or PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).
Whitney told Bored Panda:
“She warns about PTSD episodes, anxiety attacks, migraines, guiding work, impulses, drug recovery, self-injury interruption and a few others. We do a lot of rescues and she is still attached to the kittens. Two years ago, I had my first baby kitten with a bottle found in a ditch, and Banner raised it.”
Husky found a box full of kittens in the woods
Whitney is also an avid animal lover, so together with Banner they make the perfect couple, and whenever they can do rescues on their own. So, one day, while walking through the forest, they found a sealed cardboard box with 7 newborn kittens inside.
Banner immediately alerted Whitney and led her to the spot in the woods where the tiny felines were. After opening the box, the woman began to take out the little ones one by one.
Whitney said in an interview with Metro:
“Someone must have put them in a cardboard box, closed the lid tightly, and left them there to die. They probably thought no one would ever find out. I don’t even know how Banner knew they were there. The kittens froze and they didn’t meow or anything.”
Since saving the little kittens, Banner has not left them and decided to adopt them as if they were his own children. She is a very motherly and loving bitch, and as long as the cats are in her care, she will make sure they are in top condition.
The little ones were welcomed and cared for in Whitney’s house, then she takes it upon herself to find a loving home for each.
“I will find suitable homes for the kittens, who will love them forever. Our local shelter usually euthanizes in three days, so it’s best that I take care of them myself. This is the reason why I always end up babysitting. I don’t want them to die.”
This loving and brave husky will be a hero to anyone who knows his story, thanks to his skills and big heart these felines are safe and happy now. There is no doubt that this rescue will be admired for a long time.
Images : Instagram / bannerthesuperdog
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