I always thought that with construcions I like/I hate I should use noun +が + adjective +です, for example: ねこがすきです。 But lately I have heard in some japanese podcast above sentence with that のは construction. What does that mean? Is it the same as が or implies some other stuff?
Ps. I know that の changes verb into verbal noun, such as in the sentence: テレビをみるのがすき. There is also that のが / のは but my question is all about のは used with adjective.
Thank you very much for your help!