Your Cat Magazine February 2020


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Issue Number:
97
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15/01/2020
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It’s a pleasure and honour to be writing to you in my first issue as editor. Having worked on the magazine a couple of years ago, and now having returned as editor, one thing has really struck me in my first few weeks — that while editors may come and go, styles go in and out of fashion, and the world around us changes — the passion people have for cats remains at the heart of the Your Cat brand.

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It’s a pleasure and honour to be writing to you in my first issue as editor.

Having worked on the magazine a couple of years ago, and now having returned as editor, one thing has really struck me in my first few weeks — that while editors may come and go, styles go in and out of fashion, and the world around us changes — the passion people have for cats remains at the heart of the Your Cat brand.

Your Cat brings us together as a community of people who dearly love their cats — and that will never change.

The magazine explores our passion with stories you won’t find anywhere else, as well as strives to help owners make the most of life with their feline friends, with trusted advice, campaigns, and inspiring ideas. Remember, www.yourcat.co.uk and our e-newsletters (you can sign up online) are a part of that too.

In this issue, there is something for everybody. My top picks this month? On page 46, ‘Happy Kitty, sleepy kitty…’ looks at why your cat takes certain positions when sleeping alongside you. If you let your cat snuggle up in your bed, this is a fun must-read.

‘Two’s company — or is it?’ on page 24 gives food for thought for people who have two cats. It’s not always straightforward ensuring both cats will happily share a home, but our feature can really help.

Finally, the story of Charlotte and her cat, Nala, who supported her during illness, on page 44, is heartbreaking, inspiring, and confirms everything we know about the incredible impact cats have on our lives.

If you have any feedback on the magazine, I would love to hear from you so please get in touch at editorial@yourcat.co.uk

Happy reading!

Michael Hallam, Editor.

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