Your Cat Magazine Subscription

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Your Cat is the must-have monthly magazine for all cat lovers.
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Your Cat is packed full of information to help owners keep their cats happy, safe and healthy. Articles help readers understand their pet better and to provide him with all the elements he needs to be a well-behaved contented cat.

In the Cat Care section, the Your Cat panel of seven leading experts provide advice and answers to queries from readers on health (conventional and holistic) behaviour, grooming, nutrition, and even bereavement issues.

The Your Kitten section includes advice on choosing the right kitten, gorgeous pictures in the kitten gallery, veterinary advice, a breeder diary and info on different pedigree cats. Also within this section is the Find a Kitten section which showcases over 100 breeders countrywide who have kittens ready and waiting for a new home.

As well as practical content, Your Cat also delivers entertaining features and articles, plus true cat tales, and fictional exclusives from best-selling novelists, an hilarious Confessions of a cat sitter column, celebrity interviews and much more.

There are also buyers’ guides featuring tried and tested essentials for cats and an exciting shopping section with feline-inspired items for the cat lover, their cats and their home.

Your Subscription will begin with the next available issue. Please expect delivery in the next 4-6 weeks.

I purchased this for my ten year old grand-daughter. She seems to enjoy reading the magazine. I also found it interesting on my recent visit. My 7 year old grand-daughter likes the puzzle page.
Bought this as a mother
Being a massive cat lover I cant wait each month to buy the next Your Cat. I read every single article which I find extremely interesting and informative, and helps me to become an ever better cat owner. Unfortunately my back copies are becoming a rather large pile because I cannot bear to be parted from them. I always think my main aim each day is to make my cats purr with happiness.