Sarah S.
West House
Animal Cruelty
EQ: What is the most effective way to take a stand against animal cruelty?

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Fourth Interview Questions

  1. What is the most effective way to take a stand against animal cruelty?
  2. How do can one report an animal cruelty or neglect situation in their area?
  3. How does one become an animal cop or care attendant?
  4. What other jobs are available that help animals?
  5. Is there any evidence of a link between animal abuse and human violence?
  6. How do I know if an animal is too thin?
  7. What constitutes animal cruelty?
  8. What constitutes federal cruelty to animals?
  9. What information should I have on hand when I make a report of animal cruelty?
  10. Do you believe animals should have rights? Why or why not?
  11. What are some ways to rehabilitate previously abused pets?
  12. What happens when authorities prosecute an animal cruelty case?
  13. What is the difference between a state humane agent and an animal control officer?
  14. What happens to animals who have been seized from an abusive home or fighting operation?
  15. What can someone do on a daily basis, that will not effect their daily routines, to help animals?
  16. Why is animal cruelty a concern?
  17. What is the penalty for animals cruelty in California?
  18. How many animals enter the Baldwin Park Animal Shelter every day? Week? Year?
  19. How many animals are euthanized?
  20. How long are animals kept in the shelter before they are adopted or put down?

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