By Michal Piotr Pręgowski
This e-book is an interdisciplinary assortment laying off gentle on human-animal relationships and interactions world wide. The e-book bargains a predominantly empirical examine social and cultural practices relating to spouse animals in Mexico, Poland, the Netherlands, Japan, China and Taiwan, Vietnam, united states, and Turkey between others. It makes a speciality of how canine, cats, rabbits and individuals of alternative species are perceived and handled in a variety of cultures, highlighting commonalities and ameliorations among them.
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Let’s begin again with dogs and cats. Domestic dogs are generally considered to be trainable, and so, in the USA, dog owners are generally legally responsible for any attacks by pet dogs. However, once a complaint is aired, a particular dog or breed of dogs may well end up becoming classified as “dangerous” (such as pit bulls), and those animals, whether trained or not, have limits on allowed domiciles and freedom to be off-leash. In contrast, domestic cats are deemed both “untrainable,” yet “of good nature toward humans” in much of the country (Bernke v.
Factors ranging from historical events to perceived trainability or ferocity, to media portrayals, to cuteness impact our willingness to embrace some animals as companions as well as our propensity to exclude other animals from our homes and hearts. Through speaking with many animal lovers in Australia, Canada, Israel, New Zealand, the UK, and the USA, this chapter explores the ways in which some of the Western world sorts its pests from its pets, and brings S. P. 1057/978-1-137-59572-0_2 13 14 S.
Companion Animals in Everyday Life: Situating Human-Animal Engagement within Cultures by Michal Piotr Pręgowski