Meet Banner, a three-year-old Siberian Husky that serves as Whitney Braley’s psychiatric support dog. Banner is so good at doing his job that he can sense changes in Whitney’s blood pressure, and when she’s experiencing migraines. He’s also particularly good at pulling his mother away from the crowds when she’s experiencing an anxiety attack, caused by her PTSD.
One freezing winter day, Whitney was walking near her home with her life-saving pooch, when he suddenly started pulling her into the woods. Whitney’s suspicion rose when the pooch started leading her in circles around a cardboard box.
At first, Whitney wasn’t too keen to open the wet cardboard box, so Banner stuck his nose in it and pulled out an adorable tiny kitten.
Whitney reached ad open the box, only to discover it contained six more of his siblings. ‘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.’ she later told The Metro.
Being the absolute legend she is, Whitney took all seven kittens home and took care of them and Banner naturally, was there to help out.
According to Whitney Banner “won’t leave their side” She’d often see her “watching them all the time and counting them to make sure they’re all still there”.
Whitney and Banner raised the kitten and found them all loving forever homes.
Watch the video of Banner cuddling and nurturing his adorable kittens: