Several pets in Sussex are looking for their forever homes, including at the Sussex North & Brighton branch of the RSPCA.

Whether you want to adopt a dog, cat, rabbit or guinea pig, there is plenty of choice.

A few animals from the branch are listed below but more can be found on the centre's website.

To help the Sussex North & Brighton branch carry on their work you can donate to them at the website here.


The Argus: FinlayFinlay (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male

Age - Six years old 

Breed - Jack Russell Terrier

Colour - White, Black, and Tan

If you want to adopt Finlay you can view their full profile here.

Finlay is described as a "worried boy who does not seem to have had a lot of socialisation in the past."

He takes a while to bond with new people, especially men, so is ideally looking for a female owner.

Once he gets to trust someone he can be quite affectionate and enjoys the company.

Ideally, he would go to a home with someone who is experienced with the terrier breed and has the patience to help him settle in.


The Argus: JeffreyJeffrey (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male

Age - One year old

Breed - Crossbreed

Colour - White and Brown

If you want to adopt Jeffrey you can view their full profile here.

Jeffrey came into the care of the RSPCA from a multi-rabbit home and was then rehomed to bond with a female rabbit.

However, that didn't work out and he was returned before being transferred to the Brighton branch.

He is described as a "sweet gentleman with a calm character" who loves his greens and treats.

The RSPCA adds: "Jeffrey is looking for a calm home with experienced owners who have bonded rabbits before - and will take the time and patience Jeffrey needs to be bonded with a spayed female companion.

"He is a clean boy, so could live inside in the right home. He is neutered and up-to-date on all treatments and vaccinations."


The Argus: QuesoQueso (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male

Age - Six to 12 months old

Breed - Not stated

Colour - Tan

If you want to adopt Queso you can view their full profile here.

Queso is described as a "quiet guy" who enjoys using all the hiding places in his tank.

He is a bit wriggly when being picked up but is improving and is also "pleasantly tidy" for a male mouse.

The RSPCA adds: "In his next home, Queso will need a spacious tank with lots of enrichment and things to keep them occupied and busy. He will need knowledgeable owners who have had small rodents before."

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Aubin and Alaska

The Argus: Aubin and AlaskaAubin and Alaska (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male (Aubin) and Female (Alaska)

Age - One year old 

Breed - Lionhead crossbreed (Aubin) and Harlequin (Alaska)

Colour - White (Aubin) and Grey (Alaska)

If you want to adopt Aubin and Alaska you can view their full profile here.

Aubin and Alaska came to the Sussex North & Brighton branch after being born in foster care.

Both of them are not too keen on being picked up as they tend to wriggle and are on a diet at the moment as they are a little overweight.

They are looking to find a home together and will need a large setup, shed or wendy house with a run attached.

The RSPCA adds: "They could potentially live indoors but they aren’t fully clean yet. However, with a bit of patience and perseverance, they could be clean enough to live inside, as they get cleaner everyday."