CAT FANCY Editor's Note

Twelve Pet-friendly Men and Women

By Susan Logan

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I can't go anywhere without people telling me about their pets. I mean anywhere. During production of this issue, I was summoned for jury duty. When my number was called from the jury pool, the first question the judge asked me was what I do for a living.

"I'm the editor of CAT FANCY magazine and, yes, that's a magazine about cats," I answered and the entire courtroom erupted in laughter. I confessed that I was a little nervous about meeting my deadline while serving on a jury, but said I probably could make it work by doing my editing in the evenings and on the weekend. I ended up as one of the alternates on a criminal case.

When you spend time with 13 people and you cannot talk about things you're hearing in the courtroom, what do you talk about? Well, if you're the editor of CAT FANCY, and they know about it, pets, of course.

**Get the October 2008 issue of CAT FANCY to read the full article.**

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Roberta    Dallas, TX

6/3/2010 1:38:03 PM

I was in contact with Dusty Rainbolt during an abuse episode in our neighborhood last year. Having just today picked up July's Cat Fancy I saw a picture of the kitty inside that someone tried to butcher. I haven't conversed with Dusty since the kitten was found, but I immediately e-mailed her today and thanked her that the cat was healed and had found a wonderful home, and I just happened to read all about it in your magazine!!!!

meadow    terrace, BC

10/15/2008 12:55:28 PM

i think that this article is very good.

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