Nebraska animal shelters honor late Betty White on her 101st birthday

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) — Tuesday would have been Betty White’s 101 birthday, and animal shelters around the country are celebrating with another year of the #BettyWhiteChallenge.

The Capital Humane Society is using some of the donations received last year to place a memorial plaque honoring the “Golden Girls” actress at the Pieloch Adoption Center.

It’s also asking for donations to make this year’s challenge even bigger than before.

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The Beatrice Humane Society is also honoring White and hoping to raise the donation bar this year.

The shelter revealed that it raised more than $5,000 last year, most of which came from $5 donations.

In a Facebook post, the shelter said, “Little efforts add up to big outcomes.”

Donations to the Beatrice Humane Society or the Capital Humane Society can be made on their websites.

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