By Catherine Tiplady; C.A.B. International
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In homes where there is domestic violence, the prevalence of animal abuse has been found to be higher than in the general community. , 2004). Among violent households, 53% of women reported pets had been abused by their partner compared to no reported pet abuse by partners in the non-violent control households. Domestic violence, child abuse and animal abuse are discussed further in Chapter 11. Who Are the Abusers of Animals? Anybody can be an abuser of animals and, just as in cases of human interpersonal abuse (see section on Working with Perpetrators by Deborah Walsh, Chapter 14), animal abusers can be experts at presenting a caring public persona.
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