The Humane Society of Morgan County exists for the purposes of preventing cruelty to, relieving the suffering of, and providing humane treatment for animals.
It is also the HSMC's function to determine, and then to eliminate, the causes of animal suffering through various means, including, but not limited to education, legislation and general promotion of the humane ethic. Under no circumstances shall the HSMC permit an animal in its care or custody to undergo any experimentation, nor shall it release an animal for any such experimentation.
The HSMC is made up of volunteers dedicated to the welfare of companion animals. All animals that come into our care are housed in foster homes until they can be matched with a carefully screened, permanent home. While in our care, they are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, treated for any illnesses or injuries, and started on quality heartworm and flea prevention. In addition to rescue and adoption, we provide financial assistance for spaying/neutering, an annual reduced-cost vaccination clinic as well as educational materials for the community.