The Nebraska Humane Society acts as a municipal shelter for more than a half dozen communities. We are not a “no-kill” shelter, we are a no-suffering shelter, because we accept and provide sanctuary to any animal from our jurisdiction that comes through our doors. We believe that every animal, even those too sick, too abused or too aggressive to be adopted deserve to be treated fairly. So we don’t pick and choose who to let in. When owners cast them aside, we offer these refugees a warm blanket, food, clean kennels and medical care. We assess all animals for health and temperament, and those we can’t nurse back to health physically or mentally, we peacefully and respectfully euthanize.