Your Cat Magazine June 2020


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Issue Number:
101
On Sale:
15/05/2020
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£3.99
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£0.00 (plus postage)

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It doesn’t matter how much we know our cats, they always seem to find a way to amaze us. Whether that’s doing something we didn’t know they could do, bonding with us in a different way, or making us think in a more enlightened manner. There’s definitely a sense of that in this issue.

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It doesn’t matter how much we know our cats, they always seem to find a way to amaze us. Whether that’s doing something we didn’t know they could do, bonding with us in a different way, or making us think in a more enlightened manner. There’s definitely a sense of that in this issue.

Thought it was impossible to train your kitty? Well, think again! The lead feature ‘Welcome to Cat School: How to train your cat’ will show that you can teach your cat a few behaviours. Best of all, it can be great mental stimulation for your cat and a great way to bond.

On the theme of ways to bond, you might prefer the TTouch bodywork method. This gentle touching of the skin can help cats overcome fears and can be a perfect way to relax and enjoy time together.

Another of my top picks this month is ‘How cats help creativity’. Cats give to us in so many ways but have you ever thought how they can help us be more creative? Felines have long been the companions of writers and artists, and Elizabeth Sulis Kim’s fascinating feature delves into what it is about cats that can actually help us to start penning that book or painting that masterpiece.

Finally, be sure to check out the Your Cat Shopping Guide to…Toys. We’re indulging in a bit of retail therapy with a guide to great toys owners can buy for their kitties. Toys are a brilliant source of enrichment, a good way to bond, and, most importantly, cats enjoy them! So, browse the guide and see what different types of toys you can treat your pet to.

Until next month, stay safe and happy reading.

Michael Hallam, Editor.

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