Service Dog for PTSD - Husky Brings a Box Filled Kittens

Banner is a 3 year old Siberian Husky who has being together with Whitney Braley (Mistress). She has been with Whitney ever since she was a puppy and trained to stay alert on PTSD episodes (Trained Service Dog for PTSD), anxiety attacks, migraines, guide work, momentum pull medication retrieval, self harm interruption and a few more.

Whitney suffers from her post-traumatic stress disorder (Trained Service Dog for PTSD) and Banner helps her calm down and get her out of crowded places. She can identify Whitney’s migraine conditions and blood pressure variations.

Banner was able to rescue newbie kittens who kept in a sealed cardboard box in the woods near their home. (Service Dog for PTSD)

One day Banner kept tagging on Whitney to get her attention. After sometime Whitney decided to follow her lead. Then Whitney saw a sealed cardboard box, and she opened it. There she found 7 newly born kitties who would have died if not rescued.

Banner being a caring and protective as it is was extremely protective of the rescue kittens and acted as their mother during their recovery. After nursed and fed the kittens re-homed so that they could have an ever-loving family of their own. So who knows, sometimes they might end as an internet sensation 😉

Banner The Super-dog

Service Dog for PTSD - Husky Brings a Box Filled Kittens

Banner is a 3-year-old Siberian Husky from Georgia and is her owner Whitney Braley and this dog is Trained Service Dog for PTSD.

Service Dog for PTSD - Husky Brings a Box Filled Kittens

Service dogs trained to help people with disabilities and invisible illnesses. Whitney has PSTD and Banner trained to help her during anxiety attacks. She is also able to detect migraines and variances in blood pressure.

Service Dog for PTSD - Husky Brings a Box Filled Kittens
Service Dog for PTSD - Husky Brings a Box Filled Kittens

The kittens were not moving and meowing. They were cold but still alive.

Whitney fed them and kept them warm, while Banner acting as their mommy the entire time.

The cats are healthy thanks to Banner and her helpful nature and will be rehomed so they can have a family of their own.

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