Banner, a service dog of Whitney Braley, became a hero after saving the seven newborn cats from a cardboard box. Since she was a puppy, she has been with Whitney in Georgia. She is dedicated to helping her owner with her disability.
Since Whitney was a child, this husky has been with her. She is trained to help Whitney and others with various tasks and situations. She also knows how to handle PTSD or anxiety whenever her host is in such a state.
Banner is a sweet service dog who lives in Georgia.
She is dedicated to helping Whitney Braley look after her disabled daughter Ella. She also enjoys playing with other animals and helping those in need.
Braley noticed something must be wrong with her dog when she kept pulling on her dress as she walked outside. She decided to let Banner lead her into the woods with Whitney. While walking, she came across a cardboard box with seven newborn cats inside. She dove into the box and retrieved one of the animals, while Whitney found six more.
Banner loves exploring the neighboring woods with his master.
Banner stayed with them when Whitney brought the cats back to her home. She also spent time nursing, cleaning, and sleeping with the animals as if she was their mother. Since then, Banner has adopted cats like her own. A true hero, she dedicates her life to helping animals.
Canine and his master spend hours in the woods enjoying nature’s beauty.
According to its owner, the dog found the cat frozen in nowhere. Keeping the cats clean, playing with them, and napping with them have been demanding.
The 30-year-old Whitney Braley is a proud pet owner. In her opinion, it is impossible for Banner, the service dog, to know that cats were inside a cardboard box.
She also stated that the cats that looked like they were only a day old were close to dying before they were rescued.
Whitney knew something was not right when Banner, a three-year-old husky, started to panic and pull on her dress outside their home in Georgia.
After letting her canine lead her into a nearby woodland, Braley came across Banner, staring at a cardboard box.
Banner spends most of his time with the kittens.
When it comes to alerting people to various issues, such as anxiety attacks, PTSD, and migraines, Banner is capable of doing so. She also enjoys playing with other animals and helping those in need.
Whitney is a huge fan of animals, and she and Banner are perfect candidates for any rescue project. On a walk in the forest, they came across a cardboard box that contained seven newborn cats. After informing Whitney about the box, Banner went with her to where the cats were being kept. The woman who opened it started taking them out one by one.
Whitney believes someone intentionally placed the animals in a cardboard box, leaving them to die. She also stated that she did not know how Banner knew about the animals’ location.
Since the animals were rescued, Banner has not left Whitney’s side. She is a loving dog who will do anything for the cats as long as they take good care of her. The seven newborn cats are currently being looked after at Whitney’s home. She is also responsible for finding them new homes.
Whitney said she would do whatever it took to care for the cats and find them the right home.
Banner is a brave and loving husky who is expected to be a hero to people who know his story. The rescue of the cats has been widely admired, and the animals are now happy and safe.