Banner is a 3-year-old Siberian Husky who works as a medical-psychiatric support dog for her mother, Whitney Braley. She’s been with Whitney since she was a puppy, and she’s been taught to be on the lookout for PTSD and anxiety attacks. Whitney has anxiety attacks as a result of her post-traumatic stress disorder, and Banner helps her relax and steers clear of busy areas. She can detect migraines and variances in blood pressure as well.
Banner, ever the helpful and devoted puppy, went out of her way to save newborn kittens from dying in a sealed cardboard box in the woods near their house.
In an attempt to get Whitney’s attention, she kept tugging on her shirt. When Whitney eventually wanted to pursue her, she led her into the woods and into a sealed cardboard box, where she discovered seven icy cold newborn kittens that would have died if they hadn’t rescued them.
Whitney and Banner rescued the kittens and nursed them back to health at their house. Banner has been particularly protective of the rescued kittens and has taken on the role of mother to them during their recovery. The kittens are now safe and being rehomed to find their forever families.
Banner is a 3-year-old Siberian Husky from Georgia who serves as a support dog for her mother Whitney Braley.
Service dogs are specially trained to assist people with disabilities and conditions that are not apparent. Whitney suffers from PSTD, and Banner has been qualified to assist her through panic attacks. She can also spot migraines and blood pressure changes.
Banner kept tugging on Whitney’s dress one day, pleading with her to go to the woods near their home. Banner had detected seven newborn kittens inside a sealed cardboard box.
Although it is unclear who placed the box there, the kittens were undoubtedly abandoned in the woods to die.
The kittens didn’t seem to be hopping or meowing. They were freezing, but they were still alive.
Whitney took them home, fed them, and kept them warm the entire time, while Banner acted as their mother.
The kittens are healthy thanks to Bnner help and theyll be rehomed