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  • Background checks are required by many institutions.

    Many jobs in America require individuals to undergo criminal background checks. Working with children or the elderly is a frequent example, but also other jobs such as working in banking frequently require going through background checks and drug screenings. Individuals that have a violent history would be ill-advised to work in animal shelters if they are at risk for hurting animals.

  • Yes, it may ensure the animal goes to a proper home

    If someone has a history of abusing animals and they are able to adopt another animal, then what will prevent them from committing the crime all over again? Being required to perform a background check may help to ensure that the animal is being adopted by someone who will care for them.

  • Yes, animal shelters should be allowed to do background checks.

    Animal shelters should be allowed to do background checks, because employers can do background checks to make sure they have good employees. The job of animal shelters is to provide animals with care, so doing a background check on a potential adopter helps them to determine that the animal will be cared for.

  • Animals should be treated nicely.

    Because some people use animals to fight, I think background checks should be necessary at animal shelters. It is so sad when people mistreat animals, so I think animal shelters should try to make sure that dogs and cats don't get into the hands of the wrong people. Obviously, background checks will not always prevent people from abusing animals, but they could help.

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