Pennant is a three-year-old Siberian Husky and medicinal/mental administration hound for her mother, Whitney Braley. At the point when Whitney experiences uneasiness assaults caused by her PTSD, Banner is in that spot close by to assist. The puppy can likewise identify headaches and differences in circulatory strain and can expel her from groups to moderate her mother’s pulse.
To put it plainly, she’s a lifesaver.But Banner’s support doesn’t stop there; it’s additionally reached out to different creatures. At some point, the pooch drove Whitney into the forested areas and hovered around a cardboard box when she detected something wasn’t right.
At the point when Mom opened the case, Banner put her head in and lifted a little cat out!That cat alongside six kin were full in that case and deserted amidst no place. No one knows how they wound up there exactly, but Whitney suspects someone dumped them there and left them to die.The kittens weren’t making any sounds, and Whitney thought they may be dead. But aside from being very cold, they were alive.
“I don’t even know how Banner knew they were in there,” Whitney told Good Times. “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.”
She brought the kittens home to care for them, and Banner was definitely up to help out! The dog acted as their surrogate mother and was extremely gentle and caring with each and every one of them. She constantly watched over them and cuddled with them for naps.