Hero Husky Finds A Box Full Of Near-Dying Kittens In The Woods, Becomes Their New Mom


Whitney Braley has been with her Husky for what seemed like forever. Banner, the now 3-year-old dog, has been trained to assist Whitney with countless important tasks. “She alerts to PTSD episodes, anxiety attacks, migraines, guide-work, momentum pull, medication retrieval, self harm interruption and a few more,” Whitney explained.

“We do a lot of rescue, and she’s always attached to kittens. Two years ago I had my first bottle baby kitten that was found in a ditch, and Banner raised her. That particular cat still lives with us but she’s fostered at least ten different liters of kittens over the years. This is the first time SHE found something like this.”

The 3-year-old Husky has been together with Whitney since she was just a mere pup, and Whitney trained Banner herself to assist her and others with a variety of things. This particular scene here was very unnerving. Banner stumbled upon a sealed cardboard box in the woods, with 7 newborn kittens inside barely a day old and literally freezing to death. Banner immediately alerted Whitney then proceeded to rescue the kittens out of the woods.

“Someone must have just put them into a cardboard box, closed the lid tight and left them there to die,” Whitney went on to explain in an interview with Metro. “They probably thought that no one would ever discover them. I don’t even know how Banner knew they were in there. The kittens were freezing and weren’t meowing or anything.”

“It makes me sick that anyone could do that to these tiny innocent animals. It’s so cruel and heartless,” she stated.

From that very moment, Banner hasn’t left the kittens side and has adopted them as if they were her own.

“I got her spayed around 1.5 years old, but she’s very maternal,” Whitney said. “Now I will find the kittens appropriate homes, that will love them forever. Our local shelter kills in three days, so it’s best if I do it myself. That’s the reason I always end up fostering babies. I don’t want them to die.”

“I’m so happy that now because of Banner, these kittens will go on to live their lives with loving families. It warms my heart.”

Here’s banner, the 3-year-old Husky with a heart of gold.

This brave service dog alerted her owner Whitney of something strange in the woods recently.

Banner lead Whitney from the house all the way to a quiet spot where they found a sealed cardboard box.

Inside was a truly heartbreaking sight: seven abandoned kittens, barely a day old.

“Someone must have just put them into a cardboard box, closed the lid tight and left them there to die”

“They probably thought that no one would ever discover them. I don’t even know how Banner knew they were in there. The kittens were freezing and weren’t meowing or anything”

“It makes me sick that anyone could do that to these tiny innocent animals. It’s so cruel and heartless”

From that very moment, Banner hasn’t left the kittens’ side and has adopted them as if they were her own.

“She’s very maternal,” Whitney shared.

“Now I will find the kittens appropriate homes, that will love them forever”

“I’m so happy that now because of Banner, these kittens will go on to live their lives with loving families”

By: BDH


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