Your Cat March 2018
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Time to step back, take a deep breath, and really think about how we interact with our cats. Current thinking suggests we may be a bit over-the-top in the way we greet and handle our pets. A ‘less is more’ approach could be the answer — and certainly with some cats. Ultimately, it could help to build your pet’s trust in you, and lead to a cat who is more relaxed in your company. Read Sue Parslow’s article this month; it really will make you think!
Do you have any spare time? Have you ever thought of using that time to help out at a local cat charity? There are lots of ways in which you can volunteer, from doing a spot of gardening to keep the rescue centre looking spick and span, to temporary fostering, or helping to look after the resident cats. The possibilities are many and various and our article this month just might provide the inspiration you need.
This issue also sees the start of a new series of ‘Top 10s’, where we dig out some fascinating stories about cats past and present. This month we’re exploring cats’ royal connections, both here and abroad, which, needless to say, are many!
Enjoy this month’s issue!
Sarah Wright, Editor in chief
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Your Cat Magazine is your monthly manual for cat ownership, providing you with informative and practical articles on cat health and behaviour, nutrition and grooming, plus much more!
We feature cats with unusual lifestyles, readers' photos and stories, interviews with cat-owning celebrities, introductions to pedigree breeds, and shopping ideas for cat-themed items for you and your home.
There's plenty of advice on kitten care, tips from the experts - and even a reader photo gallery. Our charity section provides advice for those adopting a rescue cat or kitten, with news on charity appeals, campaigns and activities at home and abroad.
Plus, there's always lots of competitions to enter and plenty to keep you amused, with a fictional story from a top novelist each month and columns by writers who live and work with cats. With all of this and lots, lots more, you can be assured that there's nowhere better to go for a monthly cat fix!