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Kennels and Catteries. Some take in strays so if you are looking for a rescue animal give them a call.

Notting Hill Cat Company

21 Blenheim Cres, London W11 2EF, UK – 07813 547461

Finding a genuine home environment to board a cat in Central London is actually rather difficult, but the Notting Hill Cat company rises to the occasion. It has been our reliable go-to for the last three years, and I place a distinct emphasis on reliable. The amenities themselves are lovely -- a cat-safe balcony, plenty of toys, heated seat cushions, a romba to chase, and a dedicated new human to play with. The owner has a genuine and deep love of cats, and the patience of a saint, without falling for any wily cat tricks. But on top of all this, what has impressed us most (and allowed us to rest easy when away!) is the true professionalism involved. The owner keeps up excellent and timely communication, is always punctual (and very gracious when we are not!) and takes a thorough history of each cat's quirks and needs and cares for each cat according to them. As the owner of an 18 y/o pedigree, whose health needs are ever changing, the Notting Hill Cat company's warmth, professionalism, and flexibility has truly been a godsend, and I cannot recommend it highly enough.

Dominique is very professional and understanding. I had to go abroad for a few weeks and was extremely concerned about what to do with my cat as she doesn't like being alone. Dominique arranged for my cat to stay with Sibel, the best foster cat mum you can ever ask for. Her flat is a cat heaven and my cat was so happy during her stay, which was obvious from all the photos Sibel had sent me during my travels. I am so pleased with Notting Hill Cat Company - highly recommend for anyone who wants their cat to be taken care of by someone who truly loves cats. Thank you!

Hemisphere Gallery

97 Lower Sloane St, Chelsea, London SW1W 8BY, UK – 020 7730 9810

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Blenheim Cres, London W11 2EF, UK – 07813 547461

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Vets

Village Vet Maida Vale

6 Clifton Rd, Maida Vale, London W9 1SS, UK – 020 7289 1000

A lovely and friendly practice. The staff are always helpful, friendly and welcoming. I've used three different branches of Village Vets and every one operates to such a high standard. I always feel confident that my cat is getting the best care possible and would have no problem recommending any Village Vet practice.

I cannot fault Village Vets @ Maida Vale. From the receptionist to the vet, I was treated with respect and guided through each stage of my pet's care so I understood fully. This practice is professional yet caring, a hard balance to find now. Highly recommended.

Village Vet Primrose Hill

138 Gloucester Ave, Primrose Hill, London NW1 8JA, UK – 020 7586 8806

Village Vet Primrose Hill provides such thoughtful, caring and kind care for our pups. Our main vet, Kelly, is so attentive and follows-up on all the things needed to make sure our pups remain healthy and well-cared for. And, since they are connected to a network of care, referrals out to specialists are easy and medical records easily shared. Highly recommend.

Kelly is wonderful, she has looked after both of my dogs for years. Everyone there is kind and helpful, I know we are in good hands when we go.

London Vet Clinic

86 York St, Marylebone, London W1H 1QS, UK – 020 7723 2068

Only been a few times but have been so pleased with how nice the staff is. They really love our dog and Dr. Fogle really knows his stuff. I immediately felt very comfortable with him and I'm very picky about who I let prod my pup!

I have used the London Vet Clinic for more than seven years with three dogs: a pug, shar pei and now a standard poodle. The care is considered, reasonable price wise and the staff are friendly. My pug was a doddle, just an old boy who lived until he was 19 on a pedigree chum diet, his favourite food. The shar-pei was very tricky and only Bruce could handle the anxiety the dog demonstrated which is part of the breeds behaviour. The poodle is a silly billy but has had considerable digestive problems, throwing up and loose stool which have been sorted with a prescribed sensitive food, organised by the nurses. Without that he would still be losing weight and very thin. He is a Battersea rescue who was 22 kilos but is now, in a few months, is up to 25 kilos and bursting with energy.

Links to wide range of animal charities.
Advice on animal care, how to donate, etc. The Blue Cross is dedicated to improving the lives of sick and unwanted pets; they take in animals of all shapes and sizes, from hamsters to horses, and find them loving new homes and make sure thousands more get the veterinary treatment they need when their owners cannot afford to pay.

UK charity helping to prevent cruelty to animals associated with sports such as fox hunting, game bird shooting and wildlife crime
Get advice from Vets on the Net. Ask veterinary questions and access pet first aid advice
Pet Care Advice plus news, campaigns, how to donate, etc.
Guide to badgers in the UK. Includes educational resources and offers books, videos and other merchandise.
Charity dedicated to raising funds for the conservation of native animals and their habitats in the UK. Their work is varied and extensive ranging from direct support for conservationists to involving the public and volunteers in practical action to help specific species and habitats.
Offers photos, facts, and a newsletter for people interested in the nature and countryside of Britain.
International chapter of the OFI working to increase awareness and understanding of conservation issues facing the endangered orangutan.
Marine conservation charity dedicated to forging links between people and the sea. ORCA is committed to the study of cetaceans (whales, dolphins and porpoises) and promoting their conservation through enthusing, inspiring and educating others.
WWF works to ensure a healthy future for people, species and their habitats, addressing global threats like climate change and environmental degradation.
Offers links to rescue orgnanisations, information about the breed, how to look after an adopted dog, and more.
Database for lost, stolen, and found animals.
Promotes the keeping, breeding, care, study, and conservation of this highly coloured and endangered species. Meetings are held in many UK locations.
Pet Care Advice
UK Hamster Society. Includes information on shows, monthly journal, events, and more.
Government site explaining what you have to do to bring your pet dog, cat or ferret into (or back into) the UK through the Pet Travel Scheme (or PETS for short) without putting it into quarantine. It also explains the requirements for bringing many other types of pet animals into the UK. This site also tells you about quarantine in the UK for animals that don't qualify for PETS.
Offers advice on medical problems for dog and cat owners in the UK.
This has got much more humane. The Pet Travel Scheme allows pet animals from certain countries to enter the UK without quarantine, as long as they meet certain conditions. The Scheme also means that people in the UK can, having taken their pets to these countries, bring them back without the need for quarantine