Animals have unquestionable energy. And we’re not talking about superhuman strength or recuperation abilities; we’re talking about their natural capacity to detect and respond to risky situations. As a result, we’d like to introduce you to Banner, a friendly 5-year-old Siberian husky canine that works as a therapy dog and provides assistance and company.
Banner is currently caring for Whitney Braley, her owner, who has intellectual limitations that prevent her from functioning normally. But Banner is already aware of all of Whitney’s issues: she can detect changes in the woman’s blood pressure, as well as when she is experiencing migraine attacks. At the same time, when she has a panic attack brought on by her post-traumatic stress, she is highly effective at rescuing her mother and locating her among the hundreds of people.
Banner was out for a stroll with his mother one day when the dog abruptly jumped off the street and began running into nearby woodland, having been alerted by something Whitney had not noticed. They got to a location where there used to be a sealed cardboard box, which was strangely Banner’s aim, after walking for a while.
The lady was undecided about opening the moist, damp box, so Banner did it for her: as she moved her mouth away from the box, she had a baby kitten between her jaws, no more than two days old. And it turns out that Whitney discovered six larger kittens when she opened the entire box.
“They should have been thrown in the box, taped shut, and left to die.” They most likely believed no one would ever find out. I’m not sure how Banner knew they were in there in the first place. The kittens were frozen, and they weren’t even meowing or anything (…) It makes me sick that someone would do such a thing to these helpless animals. It’s too callous and callous.”
Whitney realized she couldn’t leave them there, so she returned home with the kittens in the container. And, as with other activities where Whitney had brought small animals to provide them with a temporary home, Banner was there the entire time to follow her and aid her in caring for the creatures. Banner did not abandon the kittens and adopt them as her own, according to Whitney: after being spayed/neutered for several years, she has not lost her maternal instinct.
“Now I’ll look for suitable homes for the kittens, who will be treasured for the rest of their lives.” After three days, the refuge we have in the community kills us. That’s why I typically stop caring for the kittens: I don’t want them to perish. I’m overjoyed because, thanks to Banner, these kittens will be able to spend the rest of their lives in loving homes. It brings joy to my heart.” – Whitney Braley stated.