I Love Cats Magazine
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I like that I Love Cats Magazine has some good information and sometimes tear-jerking stories, but it is rather small and not filled with much information in each issue. It doesn't have as many ads as some magazines,but because of the cheap paper it is sometimes hard to read. It is also very expensive for the quality, but it is an OK magazine.
I realize this magazine is not of the same caliber as Cat Fancy however this is different. It is not as commercial as Cat Fancy and therefore does not reach the broader audience. This magazine is for cat lovers who want to read stories from not just professional writers but from the everyday cat owner who wishes to share their experiences with other readers. It is not a thick magazine but more of a larger pamphlet however its what's inside that counts.
Don't be misled by the cover or the price of I Love Cats! At $4 per issue for a subscription and $6 per issue on the stand, one would think it must be a fantastic magazine. Not so. It is small (5" x 8") and around 65 pages. The paper is inexpensive, rough and at least half of each issue is in black and white. The articles, information, cat photos, reader contributions, and ads are all interesting enough. However, compared to "Cat Fancy" and "Cats & Kittens", "I Love Cats" needs noticeable improvements, more issues for the price, or a much lower price per issue as it is. It's not fair to use a cute kitten to sell a less than remarkable product.