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I find the cat magazine very informative, I have four persians and cant beleive that people can be so awful to animals still in this age. The magazine has lots of articles on cat care, and articles on help given by the Cats protection League. I also like to look through the mags for retailers advertisements, to buy items for my cats. My local vets also has copies of the magazine available whilst we wiat for the vet, which i always try to read! The magazine is very informative, for the cat owner and for people considering buying a cat, and it also helps the charity too. I feel many of the animal charities tend to be a little aloof from the public, but this magazine allows us to get inside the charity and see what it actually does to help the cats
If you love cats then join cats protection and get this magazine sent to you bi-monthly. Not only will you be supporting a good charity but you'll get an excellent magazine to read. It's packed with stories, pussy pictures and useful advice. There are several things I like about the magazine but mostly I think it's because it is aimed at owners of non-pedigree cats. FRom the mag you receive info on Cats Protection work, list of all the local branches ( join at least one if you can, the fees are usually nominal), and it offer free leaflets on various cat issues,which you can send away for. Reading the mag also give some great ideas for cat names. The saddest part is on the back page where there is 'in memory of cats page' which is like the memoriam things in the local papers. I always think I won't look at it.......always do and always cry!!!! There are also some adverst in the mag which are useful if you are after making a cat product purchase.Adult membership to Cats Protectionis £12 a year.Their address for snail mail is: 17 KIngs Road Horsham West Sussex RH13 5PN Phone: 01403 221900 They also have a website www.cats.org.uk Go for it !!!!
This is the offical magazine of the Cats Protection (formerly the Cats Protection League). It's a must for cat lovers everywhere. Firstly, Cats Protection is a charity that rescues and rehomes cats. It is run on the whole by volunteers and it takes an amazing amount of money to continue it's work. Whilst I'd love to be on the front line as it were, I just don't have the time, but subscribing to The Cat magazine enables me to do my bit. The magazine comes out bi-monthly and the subscription fee's are as follows:- Life Membership = £200 Annual UK Member = £12 Annual Senior Citizen = £6 Annual Junior (under 18) = £3 They also do subscriptions for oversea's members. So for £12 a year which goes out by direct debit, I get 6 brilliant magazines. The Cat has improved greatly over the past year now being glossy and in full colour. It has regular articles such as Cats' Tales where readers send in pictures of their CP rescue cats with a small write up; a letters page; competitions; an Ask the Experts page and fund raising and branch news. On top of all these they have feature articles on things from micro-chipping your cat, amazing rescue stories to cats around the world, as well as 3 or 4 pages dedicated to the younger readers. It really is an excellent magazine for an excellent cause and around Christmas time they enclose their Xmas Catalogue filled with lovely gifts at competitive prices. So, if you like what you've read and you want to subscribe here's how to contact them:- Phone: 01403 221919 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.cats.org.uk Happy reading!