The late Betty White is being honored by a New Jersey animal shelter next week on what would have been her 100th birthday. St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center in Madison, New Jersey, is celebrating the “Golden Girls” actress and her love for animals with the Betty White Challenge. It encourages animal lovers across the country to donate to their local shelters and rescue groups on January 17th, White’s birthday. She died on New Year’s Eve at 99, just a few weeks shy of turning one-hundred-years-old. St. Hubert’s is currently holding a pet adoption event geared toward helping seniors find “furrever” homes.