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Hero Husky Finds A Box Full Of Near-Dying Kittens In The Woods, Becomes Their New Mom

A service dog with a heart of gold husky name Banner has become a hero after rescuing seven newborn kittens left to die inside a cardboard box in the woods. Banner has lived with her owner Whitney Braley in Menlo, Georgia, USA since she was a pup. She dedicated to helping owner with her disability.

One day, Braley realized that something must be wrong when her dog suddenly became extremely distressed and kept pulling on her dress outside their home. So, Whitney let Banner lead her from the house and into some nearby woods and she discovered her dog circling an abandoned cardboard box. Banner found seven rescued newborn kittens who had been abandoned in a cardboard box in the woods. Banner dived straight in and fished out a teeny white kitten, Whitney went over to check and found six more kittens, who were barely alive.

After bringing the newborn kittens back inside her house, Banner refused to leave their side. The dog also insisted on cleaning, cuddling and napping with the seven kittens as if she were their mother. Since that moment, Banner hasn’t left the kittens side and has adopted them as if they were her own. Banner is a true hero, dedicated to helping other creatures and animals of all kinds.

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Meet Banner, the 3-year-old Husky with a heart of gold.

Banner has lived with her owner Whitney Braley in Menlo, Georgia, USA since she was a pup. She dedicated to helping owner with her disability.

This hero husky has saved seven newborn kittens left to die inside a cardboard box in the woods.

One day, Braley realized that something must be wrong when her dog suddenly became extremely distressed and kept pulling on her dress outside their home.

The mum-of-three let her determined dog lead her into the nearby woods.

She discovered her dog circling an abandoned cardboard box.

Banner dived straight in and fished out a teeny white kitten, Whitney went over to check and found six more kittens, who were barely alive.

After bringing the newborn kittens back inside her house, Banner refused to leave their side.

The dog has been insisting on cleaning, cuddling and napping with the little cats after finding them ‘freezing’ in the ‘middle of nowhere,’ its owner says.

Since that moment, Banner hasn’t left the kittens side and has adopted them as if they were her own.

Banner is a true hero, dedicated to helping other creatures and animals of all kinds.

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