Our mission is to provide shelter and comfort to animals in need on the path to loving, lifetime homes.
Our physical shelter has grown over the years, and we house between 150 and 200 animals, split between our shelter and our amazing foster families.
We are a 501c3 non-profit organization that relies on our dedicated staff, our wonderful volunteers and the support of our generous donors.
Our goal is to provide the animals in our community with support and care, and loving homes. We prepare them for adoption, we offer spay/neuter assistance, we supply food banks with donations, and we have a strong TNR and Community Cat program.
MCHS was wonderful to me. I spoke with several people in my two visits the led to my adopting my new buddy Schmoo. They answered every possible question we had, treated him for a respiratory infection at their own cost before sending him home, and were totally kind and warm hearted throughout. Schmoo seemed like an in-house favorite and literally every person we walked past was excited to see him headed to a new home. I can’t say enough positive things about my experience and can assure the fine folks at MCHS that Schmoo has been a perfect gentleman and will have a loving home for years to come.
We just adopted Knox he’s a chocolate lab, retriever, and boxer! He’s doing really well and loves loves love his new home! Thank you Morgan County Humane Society you guys have did a fabulous job and I can’t thank you enough for my new puppy!!!
We adopted Lady from MCHS a month ago today. She had been a return adoption from another family who stated she just wasn’t training fast enough. Honestly, I have no clue what they are talking about!! She is one of the most well-behaved dogs I have ever seen! She is wonderful with my 2 girls, and let me tell you, my 3 year old could try the patience of the most gentle dog! She is so loving and cuddly and I can’t imagine not having her with us. Thank you MCHS!
Adopted Vanessa from the PetsMart on Saturday. She is settling in quite nicely in her new home, including getting the new name Maddy. Vet gave her an A+ this morning & nice newly clipped toenails to boot ~ Maddy is already spoiled beyond words, and has put together that – ‘potty outside’ equals treats inside. Only 2 accidents! A great big thank you to the shelter for what they do, and to all the wonderful volunteers that give up their own time to help our 4-legged less fortunate. Bless you all ~
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