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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!
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.
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!
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.
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.