In my role as a volunteer with the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Queensland, Australia, I had occasion recently to co-author a paper considering aspects of cat desexing in Queensland.
Paterson, M.B.A.; O’Donoghue, M.; Jamieson, P.; Morton, J.M. The Cat Desexing Policies and Activities of Private Veterinary Practices in Queensland. Animals2020, 10, 841.
Dr Philip Jamieson is a retired former academic and researcher who now pursues his interests in ancient cultures, mythology, animal welfare, spirituality and the environment. With undergraduate degrees in Law and Arts (majoring in Anthropology), his interdisciplinary doctorate crossed the fields of history, philosophy and law. A cross-pollinator of ideas, he has been widely published over the past 30 years across a range of disciplines and interests, contributing to numerous journals and magazines. Based in Brisbane, Australia, he has been a frequent traveller in pursuit of his quest for greater understanding.
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