Fort Morgan Humane Society began in the summer of 2007, when members from the community came together to form a group to address the needs of homeless animals
in Fort Morgan, Colorado.
The purpose of the Fort Morgan Humane Society (hereinafter called “FMHS”) is the prevention of cruelty and neglect to animals, to relieve animals’ suffering, the extension of humane education, and the promotion of ethical treatment of animals. FMHS is fully licensed for running a shelter, including a 501c-3 tax exempt certificate, and a license from PACFA, all in good standing. It is the policy of FMHS to provide humane care and treatment for all animals needing protection in the area served by FMHS; to seek to return lost animals
to their owners; to advocate for sterilization and immunization; to seek suitable homes for animals without owners. Animals under the care of FMHS shall be maintained in the highest standards established by the Humane Society of the United States and the American Humane Association.