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A North Kent mum was shocked to find a 45kg dog in her living room after her daughter adopted him for free online. The RSPCA has urged families who are struggling to care for their pets not to rehome them online but to seek help from reputable charities and rescue centres. The warning comes as charities brace for more and more families to relinquish their pets as they struggle to cope in the wake of the pandemic. She said: "We were contacted by a woman over the weekend after she returned from work on the Friday evening to find all 45kgs of Simba in her living room.
Kent is set for its coldest night in years with temperatures falling as low as -7C. That is the forecast for parts of the county, including Maidstone , in the early hours of tomorrow. Snow and ice are expected to stay in the county until the end of the week, with bitterly cold temperatures due to continue over the next few days. The county, along with all of the eastern side of Britain, remains under a Met Office yellow weather warning at least until midnight tonight.