A Cats Tale

A Cats Tale

London and Essex Kent’s Farm Kennels and Cattery have had a busy week with two new cats arriving in quarantine. Pip (in the picture above) and Princess Tia were both required to enter quarantine as, unfortunately for their families, they did not meet the strict...

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CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk

CRY Heart of London Bridges Walk

London and Essex Kent’s Farm Kennels and Cattery are avid participants in the fundraising events held by Cardiac Risk in the Young. CRY aim to prevent young sudden cardiac deaths through awareness, their research programme and screening to identify those at risk. CRY...

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Guide Dog Libby’s Final Pupdate

Guide Dog Libby’s Final Pupdate

London and Essex Kent’s Farm Kennels and Cattery are proud sponsors of Guide Dogs for the Blind Association who aim to provide life-changing services to those who are blind or partially sighted. To aid their ambition their research programme ensures they provide...

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Home time for Kenzo!

Home time for Kenzo!

Kenzo, the Staffy, came to stay with us in January this year and due to his family having to stay abroad for longer than anticipated he has made himself truly at home here at London and Essex Kent’s Farm Kennels and Cattery. He has been an absolute pleasure to have...

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Now here’s a bunny thing!

Now here’s a bunny thing!

Frieda, a male rabbit has arrived at London and Essex Kent’s Farm Kennel and Cattery. He arrived today from Dubai for a four month stay in quarantine. Quarantine is one of the methods which the UK Government currently uses to prevent the introduction of rabies and...

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Helping Hetty through Heathrow

Helping Hetty through Heathrow

We had a call from the pet travel people at London Heathrow Airport on Thursday last week. They had a little dog call “Hetty” with them. Hetty had flown in from Greece. But much to her family’s dismay, her microchip failed to read, meaning she couldn’t pass through...

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