Paul O’Grady shares rare look inside amazing Kent-based farm with sunbathing pigs, cute kittens and dogs galore

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There’s no denying TV star Paul O’Grady is a huge animal lover, and a brief scroll on his Instagram feed will highlight this more than ever.

The 65 year old TV presenter, who is the name behind For the Love of Dogs, which has been on screens since 2012, joined in with Instagram hype not too long, in mid-April, and ever since we’ve had an endless stream of adorable dogs, cheetah cubs, kittens and more on our Insta feeds – and we’re definitely not complaining.

Paul, who thought he was batting coronavirus earlier this year, lives on a stunning farm in Kent – the perfect spot for his animal entourage – and we’ve managed to take a peek at his serene countryside life where his animals play happily.

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In one photo shared by Paul, he sits with a sweet dog on his head, with no caption needed. Paul, as the big dog lover that he is, has many a pet, including pigs galore which he snapped while they lay on the floor basking in sunlight.

The happy pigs smiled away as they lapped up the rays and in a video, one of the friendly pigs, named Tom, greets Paul as he feeds him some strawberries.

However, Paul’s New Zealand pigs and his dogs aren’t the only animals to grace the Kent farm. The star’s airy abode also houses goats who were pictured befriending his little dog Nancy.

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And the cosy countryside home has many a spot for the dogs to nestle in and get comfy, from a large wooden arm chair to a beige sofa and leopard print armchair. However, it seems the favourite spot for the pooches is nestling on top of Paul’s head while he catches up on his favourite shows.

Animal advocate Paul recently spoke out about banning puppy importing while sharing a snap of a dog on Instagram.

The star, whose beloved dog Boycie died this year, wrote: “Never buy a puppy off the internet as it’s more than likely they’ve come from unscrupulous puppy farms. The same goes for pet shops.

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“If you want a dog but don’t want a rescue ( Why? They’re the best) then only go to a reputable breeder and ask to see the mother and rest of the litter, you’ll soon be able to suss out if they’re legit or not.”

The For the Love of Dogs star continued to say he’d seen a lot of puppy farm dogs while filming at Battersea Dog and Cat Home.

He continued: “It’s tragic, especially the ones who’ve had endless litters and then when they are considered to be of no use anymore they’re just dumped.

“The staff work extremely hard to rehabilitate these poor dogs and it takes an enormous amount of patience and perseverance before they’re able to face the big bad world and a forever home.”

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