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Flora D'Auby Kibbe

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Background Information

Employment History

Founder

Bideawee Inc


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June 2013 | Your Mark On The World

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Founded in 1903 by Mrs. Flora Kibbe, Bideawee has been providing shelter, care and compassion to homeless animals helping them to find their forever home for the past 110 years.
Bideawee Horse and Carriage, Circa 1906 During its early years, when horses and farm animals were common in New York City, Mrs. Kibbe was inspired by the progressive idea of caring for abandoned animals. In 1906, one of the services Bideawee provided was placing and maintaining fresh drinking water for carriage horses. By 1909, Mrs. Kibbe housed 200 dogs in a building near her home. After having several neighbors complain about the constant noise, Mrs. Kibbe was forced to find a home for her and the dogs.


History

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On a trip abroad at the turn of the 20th century, Bideawee's founder Mrs. Flora D'Auby Jenkins Kibbe, witnessed the unique work of the Barrone d'Herpents Dog Refuge in Paris.
This humane group sent an ambulance all over the city to pick up stray and unwanted dogs. Instead of being destroyed, they were cared for until they could be placed in new homes. Mrs. Kibbe returned to New York City, inspired by the progressive idea of caring for abandoned animals. By the end of 1903, she was operating a similar program out of a small building near her home in Manhattan. She called it Bide-A-Wee Home Association. By 1909, the building near Mrs. Kibbe's home housed 200 dogs. The neighbors complained so much about the constant barking that the dogs and Mrs. Kibbe were forced to leave. Thanks to generous private support, we've been able to stay true to Mrs. Kibbe's original vision.


Programs and Services

www.bideawee.org [cached]

Founded in 1903 by Mrs. Flora D'Auby Jenkins Kibbe, Bideawee is one of the oldest humane organizations in the United States.
Since its founding, Bideawee has been committed to celebrating and respecting the relationship between people and companion animals in life and death.


www.bideawee.org

On a trip abroad at the turn of the century, Mrs. Flora D'Auby Jenkins Kibbe saw the unique work of the Barrone d'Herpents Dog Refuge in Paris.The humane group sent its small ambulance all over the city to pick up stray and unwanted dogs.The work helped animals -- it was a rescue operation.Instead of being destroyed, the animals were cared for until they were placed in new homes.Mrs. Kibbe returned to New York City inspired by the progressive idea of caring for stray and unwanted animals.By the end of 1903, the Bide-A-Wee Home Association was operating out of a small building near Mrs. Kibbe's home in Manhattan.During those years, when horses and farm animals were common in Manhattan, Bide-A-Wee looked after every kind of stray.One of its major services to the city was placing and maintaining troughs filled with fresh drinking water for carriage horses throughout Manhattan's streets.By 1909, the Bide-A-Wee building was home to 200 dogs.The neighbors complained so much about the constant barking that the dogs and Mrs. Kibbe were forced out.


History

www.bideawee.org [cached]

On a trip abroad at the turn of the 20th century, Bideawee's founder Mrs. Flora D'Auby Jenkins Kibbe, witnessed the unique work of the Barrone d'Herpents Dog Refuge in Paris.
This humane group sent an ambulance all over the city to pick up stray and unwanted dogs. Instead of being destroyed, they were cared for until they could be placed in new homes. Mrs. Kibbe returned to New York City, inspired by the progressive idea of caring for abandoned animals. By the end of 1903, she was operating a similar program out of a small building near her home in Manhattan. She called it Bide-A-Wee Home Association. By 1909, the building near Mrs. Kibbe's home housed 200 dogs. The neighbors complained so much about the constant barking that the dogs and Mrs. Kibbe were forced to leave. Thanks to generous private support, we've been able to stay true to Mrs. Kibbe's original vision.


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