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‘Furs, Fins and Feathers’ magazine now launched nationally

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‘Furs, Fins and Feathers’ magazine now launched nationally

Boutique Publishing India Pvt Ltd, the publishers of ‘Furs, Fins and Feathers’, has announced the national launch of the magazine. ‘Furs Fins and Feathers’ caters to the needs of the nation’s animal lovers and is an interesting mix of information, education and appreciation.

Shivani Darshan, Managing Director, Boutique Publishing, said, “Our primary aim is to fullfil the information needs of the Indian animal lovers, and our long term goal is to encourage and develop human appreciation and concern towards the animal kingdom.”

It may be recalled that the magazine was launched in Bangalore earlier this year, and after few months of testing waters, it is now available across the nation. The magazine is distributed by Outlook and available across leading bookstores. The magazine is published monthly and is priced at Rs 50. The content includes pet and animal information, advice from doctors, recipes, wild life information and also anecdotes. Organisations like CUPA, PFA and PETA contribute regularly to the magazine. Well-known wild life photographer Diinesh Kumble also contributes to the magazine.


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