There is a lot of heated discussion going on in the community about the protection of animals from cruelty and the punishment for those who harm them. The Humane Society Fargo Moorhead has been receiving numerous calls and questions from the community members who are rather unclear as to what the Humane Society Fargo Moorhead’s stance is and whether or not the Humane Society Fargo Moorhead is a branch of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). The organization would like to address these questions.
Humane Society Fargo Moorhead is NOT a branch of the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and does NOT receive financial support from the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS).
Humane Society Fargo Moorhead is a private nonprofit organization that operates solely with the generous support of our community.
If you are under the impression that Humane Society Fargo Moorhead supports the ballot initiative, we would like to take this time to clear up any confusion. Humane Society Fargo Moorhead DOES NOT support the ballot initiative and never has. The ballot initiative is very limited in its scope, and provides protection for only 13 types of heinous crimes against three species of animals: cats, dogs and horses. The ballot initiative fails to provide protection for the most common mistreatment of animals.
Humane Society Fargo Moorhead, as an animal shelter, supports the humane treatment of ALL ANIMALS and is a member of the North Dakotans for Responsible Anima Care (NDRAC). Read more here…