• Your Cat

    Inside the May issue of Your Cat you will find the first of our new four-part series all about indoor cats — covering everything from creating an indoor world and mental stimulation, to health advice and how to make sure your indoor cat is happy. Plus, we find out all about the beautiful Bengal, and this month's great debate is whether owner should dress up their pets — what do you think?
    On Sale: 13 April 2018
LondonCats International Show is back!

The LondonCats International Show is in town on a mission to stage, reward and celebrate our purrfect companions. They will be taking over the Leatherhead Leisure Centre in Surrey, for the sixth show on May 12 and 13, 2018, where they will share the love with more than 200 cats…

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10 ways to keep your cat happy in winter

From cold weather advice to grooming tips, we have seasonal solutions to help cats cope with the big freeze.

Is it possible to love a cat again after losing one?

Getting a new cat can sometimes feel wrong after losing another. Is it possible to work through the grief and learn to love again?

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Where should my pet's final resting place be?

Losing a much-loved pet is hard enough to cope with, without worrying about where their final resting place will be. Sue Corfield advises.

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DIY scratch post

Looking for an afternoon project to make something for your cat? Grab your glue gun and give this cute scratch post a try!

Summer cat care tips

Keep your cat cool and safe throughout the summer months with Your Cat Magazine's top tips!

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Making your garden as cat-friendly as possible

Want to make your garden as attractive as possible to keep your cat in? We have all the tips and tricks you need, as well as a how-to on building your own garden chalet for your cat.?

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Should I get another cat?

Do you think your cat is unsociable and doesn't want to spend time with you? Getting another cat may not help at all.

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