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This webinar reviewed 1) ways to provide safe shelter to survivors and their pets, 2) details regarding National SAF-T day, 3) new legislation that protects victims and pets from further abuse, and 4) an overview of the Safe Havens Mapping Project.
Authors: Sheltering Animals and Families Together (SAF-T) and The Animal Welfare Institute (AWI)
This webinar describes the linkage between the urgent need to protect domestic violence victims and their pets from further abuse and the comfort that pets can provide, especially in times of stress and trauma.
Authors: Allie Phillips, Sheltering Animals and Families Together Program (SAF-T Program)
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