Home time for Ember

Home time for Ember

After just a short 17 day stay with us at London and Essex Kent's Farm Quarantine facilities Ember was happy to see her dad and be on the road home. Ember flew in to the UK from Canada and had to stay in Quarantine as the 21-day waiting period after her rabies...

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Busy Summer in Quarantine

Busy Summer in Quarantine

This has been a busy summer for London and Essex Kent’s Farm Kennels and Cattery as we have said goodbye to many of our Quarantine guests and welcome a new Guinea Pig. Here are the stories of our departed guests… Frieda the Rabbit flew from Dubai and after her...

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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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