When I was coming up with this magazine idea, I asked for feedback from other people. They gave me some good ideas and I considered everything they told me.
Some suggested cat poetry. Others suggested cat care questions and answers. Cat adventures and antics…
I just knew who was going to host the site and I had to figure out how much it would cost per month. Because the hosting isn’t free. Not when I wanted to be able to sell ads and have a subscription/donation button on the site itself.
I never limited this site for just one country. If a site is up on the Internet, it can be viewed by anyone anywhere in the world. And I do remember when working on The Moon magazine, once it had a website, I ended up getting submissions from people all around the world… Not that I asked for that to happen or even wanted it to. It just did.
For the record, I consider myself a citizen of the world, who just happens to have an ethnic heritage which may not match her official legal citizenship status according to the laws of the different countries of this world.
I wanted to have a fun read which could also feature a monthly cat charity for donations. This can become a reality even if it’s just Sir Socks and me for the staff and no other contributors.
So, I’m not placing limits on something which doesn’t need them. I see no reason, based on my experiences, why this site should just be for one country and ignore everyone else in the world. We’re all in this world together and we can work together.