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Con­grat­u­la­tions to the five lucky win­ners. En­joy your $50 Ko­hep­ets voucher (free de­liv­ery for or­ders of $60 and above), cour­tesy of Ko­hep­ets.

I re­ally en­joyed the April/May is­sue as it had a strong fo­cus on cats. In par­tic­u­lar, the re­views on dif­fer­ent types of lesser-known cat lit­ters on the mar­ket stood out! Be­ing an ad­vo­cate of pet adop­tion, I would also like to thank you for the ar­ti­cle Mak­ing the cut, which high­lights the im­por­tance of ster­il­i­sa­tion, the pos­si­ble health risks associated with breed­ing and/or leav­ing your pet un­ster­ilised, and for clar­i­fy­ing myths that of­ten de­ter own­ers from ster­il­is­ing their furkids. Great con­tent, pets!

Song Wen


Around the World made me teary-eyed. An­i­mals are so pre­cious and can be so in­tu­itive. The heart­warm­ing sto­ries show­cas­ing the hu­man-an­i­mal con­nec­tion re­mind me of my cat, Felix. When I adopted Felix three years ago, he was ag­gres­sive. He’s bet­ter now, but still isn’t the most out­go­ing kitty. How­ever, he just knows when I’m feel­ing down and will lie on my lap un­til I feel bet­ter.

Aish­wariya Ku­mar


my first time read­ing pets mag­a­zine and I got drawn to it be­cause of the

Star Wars theme. Af­ter flip­ping through the mag­a­zine, I saw all the ef­fort that was put in for the Star Wars seg­ment un­der Pet Trends and I was amazed! Every­thing is so adorable. Good job to the team!

Vanna Chong


and and my dog are two things I love, so I was re­ally glad to dis­cover Lit­tle Is­land Brew­ing Co through your Pet-Friendly Venue col­umn. It’d never oc­curred to me to go out for drinks with Lester, my Labrador Re­triever, but now I’m mak­ing plans with some of my pals and their dogs for a fun, laid­back night of booze and good grub.

Blake Teo


writer’s story in Paw-rent Diary res­onated with me. It rang so true! When I first got my Goldie, Pringles, I wouldn’t let her out of my sight—even go­ing to work was a strug­gle. I kept check­ing in with my mum, and ask­ing her to send pho­tos of Pringles de­spite know­ing she was well cared for by my mum. Pringles is now five, but I still hover over her all the time.

Melody Chan

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