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National Humane Education Society Overview
In 1948, Mrs. Anna C. Briggs founded The National Humane Education Society (NHES) as a private, nonprofit organization with a central mission "to foster a sentiment of kindness to animals in children and adults . . . ." Fifty-five years later, without financial assistance from local, state, or federal governments, NHES continues to expand and decrease animal suffering through its humane education program and the services provided through its animal care programs. Today, with approximately 360,000 supporters, NHES remains committed to Mrs. Briggs' ethical course, to never euthanize a healthy animal. To learn more about NHES, please visit our website at www.nhes.org.
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Three years ago, we pulled into the Briggs parking lot. I was scared to enter the facility, not understanding that this is a no-kill rescue facility, the dignity and care with which all the animals are shown, and the welcoming, helpful staff. Octavia, named because she gave birth to 8 puppies ...
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My first interaction with Briggs was in March of 2001 when I adopted a wonderful Big Benji-type terrier mix from their shelter. Hudson had some issues not the least of which was that he despised cats. We already had three felines in our household. It appeared to be an impossible situation but ...
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