Take a moment to get to know Banner. He is a service dog with an incredible golden heart.

While Banner supports his human, Whitney Braley, with her disabilities, she is equally passionate about saving other animals and those in need.

Banner is a 3-year-old Husky who has been taught by Whitney since she was a pup to help her with a variety of tasks: “She alerts to PTSD episodes, anxiety attacks, headaches, guide work, momentum pull, prescription retrieval, self-harm prevention, and a few more.”

Over the course of the years, that specific cat has fostered at least ten different litters of kittens, which we still have in our home. The fact that she has discovered anything like this is unprecedented.”

Banner, on the other hand, just discovered seven newborn kittens, barely a day old, in a sealed cardboard box in the woods.

She told Whitney right away and then led her into the woods to the box she had hidden there earlier.

In one swift motion, Banner opened the box and scooped the kittens up in her jaws one by one, carrying them to safety.

It’s likely that someone just placed them in a cardboard box, closed the top tightly, and left them there to perish.

It’s likely that they were under the impression that no one would ever find them. I’m not even sure how Banner was aware of their presence in the room. There was no meowing or anything from the kittens since it was too cold for them. ”

“It makes me sick to my stomach that someone could do such a cruel thing to these little, helpless creatures.” It’s quite nasty and callous. ”

Banner has never left the kittens’ side since the day they were discovered; he has become something like their new adoptive mother to them.

“I had her spayed when she was 1.5 years old, but she’s a really maternal creature.”

“I will now locate the kittens in suitable homes where they will be loved and cared for for the rest of their lives.” Because our local shelter kills in three days, it’s better if I take care of things myself. It’s for this reason that I constantly wind up fostering children.

It gives me great joy to know that, as a result of Banner, these kittens will be able to spend the rest of their lives in loving homes. ” “It brings joy to my heart.”

By Anna

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