A survey of attitudes of local citizens of a residential area toward urban stray cats in Japan.

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This study surveyed the attitudes of local residents living in an urban area in Japan toward stray cats. An anonymous questionnaire asked local residents (359 houses) about their attitudes toward stray cats. Responses were received from126 houses (35%). Answers about nuisance, respondents' actions, and actions to be taken with regard to stray cats did not… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/10888705.2013.798558

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@article{Uetake2014ASO, title={A survey of attitudes of local citizens of a residential area toward urban stray cats in Japan.}, author={Katsuji Uetake and Sayoko Yamada and Mei Yano and Toshio Tanaka}, journal={Journal of applied animal welfare science : JAAWS}, year={2014}, volume={17 2}, pages={172-7} }