Show 201: President and Director of Maine Friends of Animals Robert Fisk, Jr.

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Portland Press Herld Maine Voices: Elephants won’t forget that a long crusade on their behalf began here
Maine House of Representatives was the nation’s first to oppose a barbaric and outdated circus practice.

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An hour long conversation on various animal protection issues with MFOA Founder and Director Robert Fisk, Jr.    May 8, 2016 

Portland Press Herald Maine Voices: How much is that doggie in the window being made to suffer?
Maine can take a moral stand against puppy and kitten mills by banning their sale in pet stores.

YouTube video of elephant ban TV news reports from WSCH TV 6 and WGME TV 8, Portland, ME 

YouTube video: NECN News Report on Court House Protest 


YouTube video of TV news reports of special hearings in Augusta on the state’s Animal Welfare Program.

YouTube video: Robert Fisk Jr. legislative experience becomes the genesis in forming MFOA


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What is your background before becoming Maine AWP Director? Prior to relocating to Maine for “retirement” I was employed by the Ventura County Department of Animal Regulation, located in Camarillo, CA for 21 years.  I started my career as a field animal control officer and over the years rose to the position of Operations Manager.  My responsibilities in that position were to oversee the kennel operation (we received over 15,000 animals a year) the field staff of 14 animal control officers and the administrative staff.

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