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Meet Nebula, the sweet girl with eyes as gorgeous as her namesake!When her family was relocated to the UK, WorldCare Pet's Relocation Counselor, Charles, went to work to help Nebula on her way. With her rabies vaccinations and health requirements in order, Nebula was ready for her big adventure to the UK!After a direct flight from JFK to Heathrow, Nebula arrived home safe and sound. Her Dad sent us a picture of the furry traveler lounging on the carpet in front of a sunny window. (What a life!)He told WorldCare Pet that Nebula was remarkably calm when she arrived and it was almost as if "we just drove her around the corner" rather than across the ocean!Thanks for traveling with WorldCare Nebula!
Kali's a girl with a lot of personality!When Kali's family relocated from Switzerland to the UK, WorldCare was asked to help her with her journey. We arranged for our partners in Switzerland to pick her up from her home and take her to the airport for a direct flight from Geneva to Heathrow. The same day, she joined her family in their new home in London!While moving can be a little stressful for some kitties, Kali seemed to take it in stride. Soon she was exploring her surroundings, standing on all the furniture, and staking claim to the new apartment.Thanks for traveling with WorldCare Pet, Kali!
Sawyer and Freckles' Journey to New York! In 2019, WorldCare Pet assisted Sawyer and Freckles' journey from Georgia, USA to the UK. After their family was relocated back to the US in 2021, they chose WorldCare Pet to assist with Sawyer and Freckles' move again. Freckles, the Dalmatian, and his brother, Sawyer, stayed with our UK partners before their flight to New York. Before departure, they got to stretch their legs in the courtyard and explore the great outdoors. Sawyer and Freckles arrived in their new home in the New York the next day and were driven by WorldCare Pet's New York branch to their new home. This is what Sawyer and Freckle's paw-rent had to say about WorldCare Pet: I cannot say enough wonderful things about World Care Pet. This is the second time they have moved our animals across an ocean and both times were done with ...
Bella, Lola, and Lilly hit the road in the UK. Final destination - Poland!Meet Bella and Lola, the Pomeranians, and their lovely feline sister, Lilly. Since Lilly was diagnosed with a heart murmur, Pet Relocation Counselor Giulia decided that a road trip was the best option for their travels. Lilly, Bella, and Lola's trip went off without a hitch and they arrived safe and sound in Poland to start their new adventures. Their mom had this to say about Worldcare Pet Transport:"Amazing service and would definitely use again and recommend. Very professional and friendly service." - J. W
Since the start of the pandemic in early 2020, life has changed dramatically for humans as well as their pets. As the workforce returns to the office, pet parents might be surprised to learn how much anxiety this new separation could cause their pets.
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With a name like Brownie, of course, this girl would be super sweet! After her family was relocated from Switzerland to Oregon, USA, WorldCare arranged for Brownie’s health documents, flight, Full Article »
Honey’s adventure began in Hong Kong! When Honey the Cavapoo and her family were relocated to the United States, WorldCare was asked to assist Honey with her move. After a Full Article »
Snarf the pug is a handsome boy with a sweet disposition! He and his family were living in Portugal when they were relocated to the United Kingdom. Due to travel Full Article »
Mickey, Natasha, and Boris's Move to Australia!
Sweet Theo, a five-year old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, crossed the Atlantic to his new home and the land of buttery brioche and croissant! Theo’s move from North Carolina, USA Full Article »