A brave Husky named Banner found helpless seven kittens by the woods near their home and helped rescue them. Since then, she has been treated as a hero. Surprisingly, Banner insisted on caring for the kittens as if they were her own.
Banner was at home with her owner, 30-year-old Whitney Braley, in Georgia, when she looked “extremely distressed” and was forcing Braley to come with her by pulling on her dress.
Braley realized that something must have been wrong at the time and she let her dog lead the way. She was surprised when Banner led her to the nearby woods and directly to an abandoned cardboard box.
Banner dove in and took out a small, white kitten. Braley was stunned and opened the box, only to have found six more kittens that were barely hanging on to their dear lives.
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Braley carried the box and took the kittens home with Banner staying close to her.
Speaking about it, she said, "I don't even know how Banner knew they were in there. The kittens were freezing and weren't meowing or anything.”
"She just knew somehow. She is a true hero. If she didn't find the kittens, they would have all died. I think they were pretty close to death. They only looked around a day old,” she continued.
Braley also expressed her disgust to the person who abandoned the helpless animals. She said the act was “so cruel and heartless.”
Later on, Braley chose to look after the kittens until they were old enough to be adopted. Banner seemed to have formed a deep connection with the kittens since she refused to leave their side.
“You can see her watching them all the time and counting them to make sure they're all still there,” said Braley.
She continued, “These kittens will go on to live their lives with loving families. It warms my heart."
Meanwhile, a funny video of a very enraged cat became viral as it was ready to pounce another cat that was almost twice its size.
Luckily, a gold dog stepped in and stopped what would have been a nasty “feline” street fight by grabbing the small cat and walking away.