Pets have a funny way of cheering people up but for me, they are more than entertainment, I see them as a purest and most selfless beings on Earth, which have no hidden agenda. I find great comfort in being in the presence of any animal, whether it is a dog, a cat, a rabbit or a spider. They all have...
Hello, I am an art student, living in halls this academic year, and I would love to pet-sit for you, my hours are very flexible during the week and most probably available most weekends too, however please contact me about specific dates for over the holidays because I don't live in Brighton permanently....
I am Very passionate about animals and really understand them and their needs, I studied 2 years at plumpton college to gain a Diploma in Animal Management and I am now training to become a veterinary nurse. I believe for the animals that being looked after in their own homely environment makes them...
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A South-Eastern county in England, East Sussex is bordered by the counties of West Sussex to the west, Surrey to the north west, Kent to the north and east and by the English Channel to the south.
Like most counties located near the south coast, East Sussex indicates a total average of roughly 1,750 hours of sunshine per annum, making the county one of the sunniest of the United Kingdom. This idealistic weather, mostly unknown to violent meteorological changes, is perfect for long walks with your furry family.
From the sandstone ridges of the High Weald to the whale-backed chalk hills of the Downs, the remote levels at Pevensey and Rye and the undulating clay vale of the Low Weald, East Sussex's landscape is unique and varied, with many beautiful walks to offer.
Apart from the physical landmarks such as the Weald and the Downs, the county of East Sussex is comprised of several landmarks of historical interest. The Seven Sisters Park and Beachy Head are two of the most famous local attractions.
The county boasts historical castles at Pevensey, Lewes, Herstmonceux and Bodiam. Eastbourne Redoubt and Martello towers are two defence works, popular with tourists visiting the county. Some of the fascinating attractions of East Sussex include the University of Sussex buildings at Falmer and Bateman's, home of Rudyard Kipling and Battle Abbey, built in commemoration to the Battle of Hastings.
Home to gorgeous coastline, medieval villages and rolling countryside, the inspiring county of East Sussex is often filled by weekending visitors whenever the sun pops out. Brighton, a highlight of any visit, promises British seaside fun, offbeat shopping and a buzzing nightlife.
While entrusting your dog, cat and other pets to Max & Kitty in the county of East Sussex, you enjoy the perks of an array of services from house sitting, foster family, dog walking and pet sitting, the very best for your buddies.