Heartbroken family puts up £1,000 reward
firstname.lastname@example.org Watery Lane, with their mothers when they were stolen.
Mr Kennedy believes the theft was premeditated as a section of their fence had been cut a few weeks ago.
He said: “Someone could have had a look around the house back then, checking it out, and then come back on Monday night for the theft.
“We think they knew our movements. We reckon they came as soon as Julie left on Monday evening. The dogs hadn’t even finished all their dinner.
“The thieves also took a bag of adult dog food, which will be no good for the puppies.”
The Kennedys, along with their children, have been staying at a rented house in Charing during the last few months since their house was deemed unliveable following a major fire last April.
At first they were living in a caravan on site, but moved to the house when the weather turned cold.
Mr Kennedy added: “My wife is here every day and we feed the dogs in the evenings. We reckon someone must have been watching us.”
The burglary took place between 8pm on Monday and 8am on Tuesday.
Anyone with information on the missing puppies is asked to phone police on 101 or Mr Kennedy on 07855 250606.
On Sunday, five three-week old black and while border collie puppies were stolen from a park in Furnace Lane, Broad Oak in Rye. Call 01424 883489 if you have any information.
The golden retriever pups
One of the puppies that was stolen