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Impressive New Issue of House Sitting World Magazine Out Now on iTunes

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The much anticipated next issue of ‘House Sitting World’ magazine is now live on iTunes with featured articles that include some of the best tips for pet owners about to travel plus tons of ideas for getting house sitting jobs.

July 1, 2014 /MM-SM/ —

The second issue of the brand new magazine app currently only available on iTunes (with all mobile devices to follow soon) is now ready for download.

In this issue the featured articles include a live interview with a single woman who is reaping the rewards of international house sitting, 5 important things pet owners need to know before they take leave plus 10 reasons to stop worrying about money.

The regular sections of the magazine do not disappoint either with a look at those weird cat behaviours and how to decipher them, one guaranteed tip to win the house sitting assignments you really want plus an indepth look at what it’s like to house sit in the Sacred Valley of Peru.

All up the magazine has 37 pages of valuable information and heart warming entertaining stories.

Monthly subscribers save 50% of the cover price while annual subscribers save up to 60%.

Visit the iTunes Newsstand to download the magazine app and enjoy this current issue.

For more information about us, please visit http://HouseSittingWorld.com/iTunes

Contact Info:
Name: Jodie Thompson
Email: contactus@housesittingworld.com
Organization: House Sitting World

Source: http://housesittingworld.com/issue-2-out-now-on-itunes/

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