Whitney Bralee currently resides in Menlo, Georgia. She is a 30-year-old mother of three who is also disabled. The woman is unable to walk, so not only does her family assist her, but so does her faithful dog, a 3-year-old husky named Banner!
When strange things started happening to the dog recently, Whitney immediately realized that the dog was trying to tell her something!
Banner barked at the owner, jumped at her, grabbed her clothes, and dragged her out of the house.
“It was incredible because my dog always listened to me,” says the woman. “And then she literally lost control and dragged me in an incomprehensible direction instead of executing commands.”
Whitney followed the pet into the forest belt and deep into the thicket of bushes. And then she noticed a cardboard box that had been thrown among the trees!
“Husky dragged me into the forest by force!” The dog dove into the box and extracted seven wet kittens one by one. “Husky dragged me into the forest by force!” The dog dove into the box and extracted seven wet kittens one by one.
The husky dived its muzzle into the cardboard and extracted a small, wet white kitten… Then there was another… And yet another!
Whitney expresses her fears, “I was scared because they didn’t make a sound and were very cold.” “I thought they were all dead, but they were all alive!” And I have no idea how Banner found out about this box.
The dog brought the silent babies – there were seven of them – to her owner. The orphans were taken home, warmed, and fed.
True, they were very small – they appeared to be no more than a day old – and caring for such babies proved to be a serious challenge for the disabled woman.
But she succeeded! After all, the husky had assisted her.
Banner stood guard over the kitties, never letting them out of his sight. The agitated dog transformed into a sedentary nanny who lies for hours next to a swarm of kittens, keeping order and safety!
She now only sleeps next to the crumbs, licking them and warming them with her soft wool!