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Help Decrease Pet Homelessness

February 2nd, 2019

There is something about puppies and kittens that can bring smiles and joy to the cloudiest of days. Their cuteness factor is undeniable. Their capacity to help bring calm in the midst of stress is proven and much needed in a world surrounded by busyness. The downside to puppies and kittens is when their cute […]

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Feral Cat Colonies

January 24th, 2019

Cat colonies exist throughout the United States because people have neglected to spay or neuter their cats. This problem becomes compounded when companion cats are allowed to roam outdoors and breed. Their offspring can reproduce as early as four months of age and colony populations explode if left unattended. When looking for solutions to help […]

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On the Road with the Humane Education Team

January 8th, 2019

What Do Humane Educators Do? NHES’ Humane Education Team has a unique role. Combining their passion for animal welfare and teaching children, these educators travel to elementary schools across the United States to spread the message of being kind to animals through interactive and thought-provoking school assemblies, classroom activities, and after-school events. Students learn the importance […]

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Pet Safety Tips For The Holidays

December 7th, 2018

Decorating for the holidays and hosting celebrations are commonplace during this time of year. Whether you are an extravagant decorator or a minimalistic one, a host for a gathering or attendee, here are a few things to consider to help keep your furry friends safe this holiday season: Decorations Lights–whether you like white or multi-colored […]

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The Plight of the White-Tailed Deer

November 1st, 2018

For many of us, to happen upon a deer grazing in a far-off field or at the edge of the woods is a magical moment. We often stop and exclaim, “Hey, look! A deer!” as we point it out to our friends and family so they may take in the sight of such a graceful […]

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