Box of Freezing Kitten Rescued by Husky in the Woods!
Introducing Banner, A Three-Year-Old Husky With A Golden Heart. Banner, a service dog, has a kind heart. She is not just “de.di.cated” to assisting owner Whitney Braley with her “disa.bility,” but she is also skilled at saving and caring for other animals.
She has known Whitney since she was a pup, and she has trained her to remain watchful during PTSD attacks and anxiety “at.tacks.”
All morning, she had been acting really strangely. I was unable to figure out what was wrong with her.
She usually listens to me when I ask her to do something, but she disobeyed me when I asked her to come.
Dogs Have Sharper And More Accurate Intuitions Than Humans. “She’s always connected to kittens, and we do a lot of rescue,” I said. Banner reared my first bottle-born cat, whom I had two years prior and had discovered in a ditch.
That specific cat is still with us, but throughout the years, she has fostered at least 10 different litters of kittens.
She respects and obeys her canine friend. Whitney followed Banner out of the home to a peaceful area where they discovered a closed cardboard box.
As the husky began to circle, Braley became intrigued and opened the crates.
Banner was holding something that was alive and breathing when she began taking it by the mouth. A cat, indeed!
Someone must have just put them into a cardboard box, closed the lid tight and left them there to ‘d.i.e’.
Just one day old, the kittens were all still quiet and quite chilly. They were unmistakably on the verge of “dea.th.”
They presumably believed they would never be found. I have no idea how Banner discovered they were there.
Banner took on the role of their mother the entire time while Whitney opted to take them home, feed them, and keep them warm.
The cats will be rehomed so they may have a family of their own and are now healthy owing to Banner and her kind demeanor.
The kittens are quite fortunate. It is impossible that they would have survived if she hadn’t discovered them.
The kittens are content for the time being spending all of their time with their heroic foster mother!
Banners are just another blatant example of how race is irrelevant when it comes to expressing your love. Cats and dogs can share a loving relationship, too!