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“He will be our friend for always and always and always” Rudyard Kipling
Most kids love animals! We love them, too. Recent statistics claim there are as many as 19 million pets in UK homes: as the author Rudyard Kipling said, these cute, huggable, loving furry friends fast become an important member of the family.
There are copious ways to enjoy pets, even if you don't have an extra mouth to feed. Check out all the tips on on our app, a selection of which are below.
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The mecca for north London canines, miles of paths over hills and across woodland, plus a playground for the kids, ponds for the swimmers, a lido, fab views over London and a small cafe. Recommended by a mum of 2.
Where to go during deer rutting season (Sept and Oct) when you can't unleash dogs at Richmond Park? More of a woodland playground, this park has a playground and circular lake path. "A lovely National Trust spot," says a mum of 2. For more dog-friendly parks in the capital, see here and here.
This comes with a more expensive price tag, but then she is interactive... her moods change, you can cuddle her and giver a treats. "This cute feline is full of personality," recommends a mum of 3.
Unbox the surprise to unveil your pet. It could be a puppy, a pony or perhaps a skunk! Includes a sticker, charm, an accessory, oh and a purse carrying set. Recommended by a mum of 2.
The Orchard Toys brand doesn't disappoint, says this tip. We agree! "Young ones count (up to 20) biscuit bones and the winner is the one with the most at the end. My daughter and friends don't realise they are learning maths, to them it's just a fun board game." For ages 3-6.