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: AydaAyda (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Female

Age - Three years old

Breed - Poodle (Standard) crossbreed

Colour - Apricot

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

Ayda is described as a "friendly" and "lively" dog who loves to run around and play.

She can be a little worried in new situations and has not been socialised with other dogs as she can be a bit wary of them.

Ayda has a lifelong condition called Addison's Disease which affects her ability to produce some hormones.

With treatment, she should live a normal, healthy life, and the RSPCA are happy to discuss that plan with potential adopters.

Daisy May

The Argus: Daisy MayDaisy May (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Female

Age - 10 years old

Breed - Boston Terrier crossbreed

Colour - Black

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

Daisy May came into the care of the RSPCA via an inspector as her previous owner could no longer give her the care she needed.

She is described as a friendly girl who enjoys fuss and attention and walks well on the lead.

The RSPCA adds: "Daisy May arrived with very sore ears that had not been treated for a long time. She may always need ear drops for them from our vets. Anyone wishing to adopt her will need to be prepared to continue this."


The Argus: MidnightMidnight (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Female

Age - One year old

Breed - Domestic Shorthair crossbreed

Colour - Black and White

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

Midnight came into the care of the RSPCA as her owner could no longer look after her.

The RSPCA adds: "She came from a multi-cat household and has proven to be a great mum in the past to a litter of kittens, who have now grown up and left home."

She will likely be a little shy at first, but will soon warm up to new people and can be very friendly.

Midnight will need a calm setting to move into as the only animal in the household and without any young children.

She also likes to spend time outside, so she would love a secure garden she can potter in and knows how to use a catflap.

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Patch and Sparkles

The Argus: Patch and SparklesPatch and Sparkles (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male and Female

Age - Nine years old

Breed - Domestic Shorthair crossbreed

Colour - White and Black

If you want to adopt Patch and Sparkles you can view their full profile here.

Patch and Sparkles came into the care of the RSPCA as their owner could no longer care for them.

The RSPCA adds: "It has taken a little time for the bonded male and female pair to settle and to get used to the cattery environment, which means they have been quite shy around us, so they usually spend most of the day safely curled up together."

Recently, they have been gaining a little more confidence and coming forward to ask for fuss and strokes.

It would be best for the pair to got to a quiet home, with no children or other animals and access to a garden.