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In Victoria, animal abuse may soon be considered a form of family violence. Here's why that matters

By Kristin Diemer, Senior Research Fellow, The University of Melbourne
Cathy Humphreys, Professor of Social Work, The University of Melbourne
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Women leaving violent situations need to be able to ensure the safety of their companion animals, and a motion before the Victorian parliament is seeking changes to achieve that.

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