1. Human and Animal Victims of Domestic Violence: Being Rescued. - 2. The Links In-and-Between Human-Animal Abuses: Love, Loyalty and Pain. - 3. What We Choose to Hear: Researching Human-Animal Violence. - 4. Being Subjected to Domestic Violence: Empathic Love and Domination. - 5. Foregrounding Companion Animals' Experiences of Domestic Violence. - 6. Supporting Victims/Survivors: Escape, Refuge and Recovery. - 7. The Work of Significant Other/s: Companion Animal Relationships in the Future.
Nik Taylor is Associate Professor at the University of Canterbury,
Heather Fraser is Associate Professor at the Queensland University of Technology, Australia.
"`Rescuing You, Rescuing Me is a comprehensive, honest, compassionate and respectful study of a difficult and disturbing subject,' ... .The book will inform various academic disciplines including social work, anthropology, sociology, philosophy, geography, as well as to professionals working in domestic violence or animal welfare service provision." (Phys.org, April 04, 2019)