yes young people can work at the animal shelter
Call the shelter and ask, but I think 9 is a bit young.
yes if you know how to treat a animals and if you can emagen what that animal is going through
If u work hard enough then yes
6 to 8 million cats and dogs are put into a animal shelter each year
everywhere i started when i was 10 at friends for animals
Depends on the animal shelter, but probably if your parents sign a whole bunch of papers.
In may places you can only be a volunteer at an animal shelter if you are over the age of 18, but sometimes they let you if you're over 13. Look on an animal shelter's website and find out, or call and ask.
Contact an animal shelter near you to ask about volunteer openings. The volunteer's age is important when considering the type of shelter to contact.
Local animal shelter or church food pantry.
ofcourse the kid can.
About 1 million a year
A 12 year old can probably volunteer at a local animal shelter in Charlotte, NC. You can call the animal shelter and ask when you can volunteer.
At the human society in Pleasanton, CA, kids have to be 16. At the Animal Shelter in Dublin, CA, kids have to be 10.
Raccoons are opportunistic and will use whatever they find for shelter including abandoned animal burrows, hollow trees, rock crevices, culverts, storm sewers, abandoned buildings, attics, etc.
if you have experience and if you are studying for that type of career but it usually depends on the owner-ask them but be very nice
no you have to be18 years or older in order to vollenteer at a animal shelter
volenteer at an animal shelter
it all depends on the shelter or rescue
Try your local animal shelter.
Yes, just call the shelter and see if they have a volunteer program and see how old you have to be. I have seen quite a few animal shelter accept 11 year olds.
Yes they can, but not like the Humane Society. Find a different kind of animal shelter, and search online, for animal shelters. But, yes, an eleven year old can volunteer at an animal shelter. You will find one eventually. Maybe. Most places have specific rules about working with animals, often considered a hazardous job. While some may allow you to work cleaning empty cages and such, they may not allow you to have contact with the animals. You'll have to check the local laws and the rules for the places you hope to work.