More specifically, the January, 1964 Woman's Day cover story was: Special Feature in Full Color: A Gallery of Cat Portraits. You can't make this delightful shit up.
Woman's Day's cat gallery offers four full pages of 16 different kitties strutting their stuff. It's the original squee, isn't? Those editors knew what women wanted (and continue to want), and they gave it to them. What spinster could ask for anything more?
Actually, I think this is much more useful and enjoyable than much of the crap that's currently in ladies magazines, right? Send in the cats!