Part I: Introduction – Man′s Dominion Over the Animals; Introduction; Man′s Dominion;
Part II: Analysis – How Is It For Them?; Animal Mind and Aminal Suffering; Hunger and Thirst; Housing and Habitat; Pain, Sickness and Death; Friends, Foes; Fears and Stress;
Part III: Advocacy – What We Can Do For Them; Farm Animals; Pigs and Poultry; Cattle and Other Ruminants; Horses and Pets; Wild Animals; Animals and Science; Right Thought and Right Action; Further Reading; Index
1995 New Scientist
This is a thought provoking and sensible book which can be highly recommended to all those interested in animal welfare
PH Holmes, Jan 1996 Veterinary Record.
I expect to be reading this book many times over the next 20 years. It will, in my opinion, become a central guidepost in the emerging discipline of animal welfare. John Webster s contribution is formidable and he unquestionably achieves his stated goal.
Ken Johnson, Dec 1995 ANZCCART News (Australian laboratory animal society newsletter)