Your Cat Magazine December 2017


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Issue Number:
71
On Sale:
01/12/2017
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£3.99
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£0.00 (plus postage)

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Inside the December issue of Your Cat you will find our six-page special, which includes purrfect Christmas gift ideas for him, for her, and for the cat. Plus, we take a look at how we could all benefit from following our cats' examples, we give you an update on the Scottish wildcat, and we share the heart-warming story of how Pixie became named Hero Cat' at the National Cat Awards.

On Sale: 01/12/2017

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If you’re getting in a panic about Christmas, now’s the times to deep breath and relax — we’ve got it all wrapped up! Our six-page special this month includes purrfect Christmas gift ideas for him, for her, and for the cat; cat-themed decorations and Christmas cards; our pick of the cat books of 2017; calendars for 2018; plus lots of practical advice and tips on how to help your cat cope with a house full of guests, and get the new year off to the best possible start. You’ll be so organised you’ll even have time to make the delicious Christmassy catnip biscuits we’ve included in the guide!

In between all your Christmas preparations, don’t miss out on the rest of the great reading in this month’s Your Cat Magazine.

In our lead feature ‘Life lessons from your cat’ (page 14) we’ve taken a closer look at how we could all benefit from following our cats’ examples from time to time. And that includes enjoying a little more me-time and allowing ourselves the luxury of putting our feet up and enjoying our favourite magazine.

Check out the fascinating update on saving the Scottish wildcat and the progress of the Scottish Wildcat Action project in its bid to safeguard the future of our only native cat (page 16).

And you won’t want to miss the heart-warming story of how cat Pixie saved the life of little April Sawyer after she choked on some undigested grapes (page 34). The cat’s actions earned her the ‘Hero Cat’ award at the recent National Cat Awards, and the unfailing gratitude of April’s parents, Sophie and Mike. Aren’t cats amazing!

Sarah Wright, Editor in chief

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