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Housing And Welfare

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Part of the Animal Welfare book series (AWNS,volume 3)

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  • Animal Welfare
  • Environmental Enrichment
  • Road Traffic Accident
  • Veterinary Practice
  • Animal Shelter

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Rochlitz, I. (2007). Housing And Welfare. In: Rochlitz, I. (eds) The Welfare Of Cats. Animal Welfare, vol 3. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-3227-1_7

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