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.


LouieLouie (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male

Age - Six years old

Breed - Staffordshire Bull Terrier

Colour - Brindle

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

Louie is described as an intelligent and determined dog who loves to play and roll in the long grass.

He is very sensitive as he doesn’t like loud noises, wind or heavy rain. He will flinch at sudden movements and new situations can really worry him.

Louie is housetrained, knows several commands and walks well on a lead.

Ideally, he would go to a calm, adult-only home as the only pet in the space.


ReggieReggie (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male

Age - Five years old

Breed - Lurcher

Colour - Grey

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

Reggie is described as a "lovely boy" who is calm indoors and is housetrained.

Outdoors he is reactive to cats and some dogs and will become nervous around other big dogs.

The RSPCA adds: "He may take a while to feel safe again in a new home, however with good training his reactivity might continue to reduce."


The Argus: GooseGoose (Image: RSPCA)

Gender - Male

Age - Six to 12 months old

Breed - Dutch

Colour - Brown and White

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

Goose came into the care of the RSPCA in February due to his owner having too many rabbits to look after.

He is described as having a "sweet nature" and can be stroked although he isn't keen on being picked up.

The RSPCA adds: "Goose is looking for a spayed & vaccinated female rabbit to keep him company. He has only recently been neutered so is still getting there in terms of using his trays, but in time he is getting cleaner."

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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 go to a quiet home, with no children or other animals and access to a garden.