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|Named Person:||Peter Laufer|
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|Description:||xiv, 258 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Swim with dolphins! --
Whale as sushi --
Ted Nugent is my blood brother --
Searching for a Louisiana cockfight --
Cockfighting as sport --
Destroying the village to save it --
The charge of an animal rights brigade --
The cowardice of canned hunts --
Infiltrating cockfights --
Art as animal abuse --
Who would abuse a swan? --
The self-taught lion tamer --
Yes, he really does stick his head in the mouth of a lion --
Dead chickens without a fight --
The nemesis of Cajun cockfighters --
From Central Park horse carriages to ants on the kitchen counter --
Who is abusing whom? --
Saving chickens --
Dominion over every creeping thing that creepeth --
Sea turtle cowboy boots --
Cockfight first responders --
Cricket fighting for science --
A Jordanian princess changes Arabian horses mid-life --
A jailhouse meeting with a militant vegan --
Stoic arson victims reopen their sheepskin business --
Humane meat --
Dairy cow abuse --
The animal lawyer --
Vivisection dissected --
What's right and what's wrong? --
Sit, stay, roll over --
Fighting cocks rescued and euthanized --
The case for a kill-it-yourself dinner --
Las Vegas epiphany.
"A provocative examination of the fine line between the use and abuse of animals. In a continuation of his study on the interaction of animals and humans, Laufer (Journalism/Univ. of Oregon;
- Animal welfare.
- Animal welfare -- Moral and ethical aspects.
- Human-animal relationships.
- Human-animal relationships -- Moral and ethical aspects.
- Entertainment events -- Social aspects.
- Entertainment events -- Moral and ethical aspects.
- Animal rights.
- Laufer, Peter -- Travel.
- Investigative reporting.