A lot of FAQs today are "dynamic" where you only see the questions until you click a question and then page opens up to display the answer. There's an example here: http://www.centralvalleypet.com/faq.html.
It seems like Google might think that the site is just listing a bunch of questions, like people used to do with Meta words, to draw traffic. Google might not realize, just looking at the FAQ page, that the site actually gives the visiter full, informative and interesting answers to each of those questions, and in an intuitive way that doesn't clutter the page with answers they don't care about.
Does anyone know if Google will understand and appreciate this form of FAQ?
Thanks for any information or thoughts.