Review of DeYoung (@SarahDeYoung2) and Farmer’s “All Creatures Safe and Sound” https://doi.org/10.1002/symb.582 @sociologylens #sssi #sociology #animals #disaster

In her excellent review of Sarah E. DeYoung and Ashley K. Farmer’s book “All Creatures Safe and Sound. The Social Landscape of Pets in Disasters” Jessica Austin writes that the book “should be required reading for emergency managers and policymakers engaged in disaster planning and relief efforts. DeYoung and Farmer eloquently describe the reality of companion animal welfare in disasters without agenda other than to ensure the safety of the non-human family members that reside in nearly 60% of households”.

Members of SSSI can download the review that has just been published on Early View of our journal HERE or by clicking the image below.

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