(animal cops save animals from neglect and cruelty) Animal cops jobs Animal cops prevent animal cruelty and neglect by investigating places all over Texas. They send many people to jail for purposefully abusing an animal. As animal cops you will sometimes pick up strays. However being an animal cop can be very dangerous you never know when you will run into people who will attack or even animals. What happens when the investigations take place Animal cops will get over 10,000 calls a year for animal abuse. For people that purposefully harm the animals they will be sent into court for the investigation. When the animals get to the SPCA they will be put into immediate care. Investigations One of the animals they rescued was a little kitten who managed to get stuck in an elevated freeway on November 3, 2012. The kitten was immediately taken to the SPCA for comfort and care Ththuuhuihiuh((This is not the kitten they saved saved) Page 2 of investigations November 12, 2012 The SPCA saved some horses who were horribly emeciated, (very skinny), and they took the horses immediately to the SPCA where they cared for the horses and soon after found loving homes for them (This is not the horse they saved saved) Meet the cops Charles Jantzen Shawn Sundberg Bob Mckintock (there ARE many more) Charles Jantzen Charles Jantzen has worked for the SPCA for 9 years. He has had to go to three different schools to be able to be an animal cop. His team of 8 investigates 15,000 cases in an area of 8,000 square miles Shawn Sundberg Shawn was born and raised in Iowa and moved to Texas soon after her High School years. She lived in Dallas for about 6 years. She also worked in the entertainment industry for 13 years. She started working for the SPCA in 2006 and still today is working there. Bob McCintock Bob was a federal investigator for over 20 years. But Bob watched animal cops Houston on the television and became interested in becoming an animal cop. One day he got online to their website and just his luck there was an opening for a animal cruelty investigator. Bob believes he has two parts for his job part 1-protecting the animals, part 2-educating people on the proper care for animals. Randy Farmer Randy Farmer grew up on in a farm in Illinois because the animals there were part of his family. He was involved in FFA where I was the Chapter Officer and Section Officer. In college, he majored in law enforcement which combined with his love for animal welfare and gave him the passion to help those who are being treated inhumanely. As a cruelty investigator for the Houston SPCA, he feels immense self satisfaction by making a difference not just for the animals, but to the people as well. It is very gratifying to see an animal go from a bad situation into a loving, permanent home.