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National Kitten Coalition Workshop: April 13

Join the Blue Ridge Humane Society and the National Kitten Coalition for a workshop on kitten care. The workshop will be held on Saturday, April 13, 2019, 10am-2pm at the Henderson County Animal Services Community Room. This workshop will help…
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You Can’t Buy Love But You Can Rescue It Contest Winners

We asked for you rescue stories and boy did you deliver! Thank you to all those you entered our “You Can’t Buy Love But You Can Rescue It” Photo Contest! We are overwhelmed with the amount of loving stories and heartfelt pictures we received…
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Federal Employee Assistance

Are you a furloughed Federal employee and need pet food? Contact our Pet Food Assistance program at community@blueridgehumane.org with proof of federal employment ID to qualify for assistance! BRHS will also accept pets of furloughed federal…
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Thank You St. John in the Wilderness

Thanks to the St. John in the Wilderness (Flat Rock, North Carolina) Youth Group who came and volunteered with us! They made litter boxes, peanut butter tubes, tie dog ropes, treat toys, cat rope toys and cut blankets. They were absolutely…
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Cat Body Language by Emma Grace

In order to earn their Bronze Award, Girl Scout Troop 30583 decided to help educate people in our community about different issues involving pets by writing news articles for BRHS to use. This first article is all about Cat Body Language by…
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Register for Tails and Trails!

WANTED: Strong Legs, Positive Attitudes, Wagging Tails Interested in hiking with your dog while supporting local nonprofits? Well bring your best human or non-human buddy (better yet, both) with you on Saturday, June 30 @ 10:00 AM, for…
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Enter our Kids Art Contest!

  Calling all animals lovers! We're asking all young Animal Advocates (age 12 and under) to submit their original artwork with the theme of “Be Kind to Your Pets”. One winner's artwork will be selected for an ad in the August…
Bean was an owner surrender in Rutherford County, who was picked up by the Blue Ridge Humane Society. I had been looking for my first dog, but wanted to wait until I made a little bit more money to be able to support my pet. The day I was offered my current job, Bean was brought into the BRHS and as soon as I saw her photo I fell in love. She was a silly little 3 month old pup at the time. She’d fall asleep in public, but now had a mission to say hello to everyone she meets. She has a deep love for kiddos and is incredibly playful with my nephews. She’s a happy hyper pup during the day and a little snuggle bug at night. I feel lucky every day to have her with me on this journey.
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Our Photo Contest Winners!

We asked for you rescue stories and boy did you deliver! Thank you to all those you entered our “You Can’t Buy Love But You Can Rescue It” Photo Contest! We are overwhelmed with the amount of loving stories and heartfelt pictures we received…