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Helping pets in Crawley, Haywards Heath and Horsham

RSPCA Sussex North branch is an independent, local, registered charity supporting the national RSPCA inspectors and people in Crawley, Haywards Heath, Horsham and surrounding villages. We are run entirely by volunteers and have no paid branch staff.

For information about financial assistance, low-cost veterinary care and cheap neutering, see our About us page.

If you are interested in rehoming an animal from us, see the Rehome a pet page.

If you would like to volunteer for us, see our volunteer page for information on current opportunities and how to get in touch.

 

Lost and found animals

If you have lost an animal, please email us a photo and details of where your animal was last seen and we will publicise on our Facebook page, on Twitter and on this website. Don’t forget to let us know your contact details so people can get in touch with you quickly. See our feature on lost pets for more information on what you can do if you have lost your pet.

If you have found an animal you believe to be lost, the best thing you can do is take it to a veterinary practice so they can scan for a microchip. You can also find out more on our lost pets feature.

 

Unable to keep your pet?

As an RSPCA branch, we prioritise the animals collected by the national RSPCA inspectors.  If you find yourself in a position where you are no longer able to keep your pet, you can find advice on the national RSPCA website.  We have limited cat space and are unable to take other species of animal.  In the unhappy circumstances of having to give your cat up, we will try to help you when possible. Please email rehoming@rspca-sussexnorth.org.uk or ring Anita on 07725 406293. We will request a donation from you if we can take your cat into our cattery for rehoming. This donation is to help with boarding and veterinary costs.

 

Need advice?

Try the national RSPCA’s virtual assistant

 
 

Our events

  • Sat 4 October

    Cattery open day
    HORSHAM
    XCattery open dayHORSHAMCome along and meet the cats looking for a new home - could you be their Perfect Match?Sat 4 October from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PMRun by: Sussex North BranchLocation: Sussex North Clinic White Horse Veterinary Surgery 226, Crawley Road HORSHAM RH12 4HEMapMapContact: info@rspca-sussexnorth.org.ukFind out more
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    Cattery open day

    Sat 4 October from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PMLocation: Sussex North Clinic White Horse Veterinary Surgery 226, Crawley Road HORSHAM RH12 4HEMapMapContact: info@rspca-sussexnorth.org.ukThinking of getting a new cat? Then we could have the perfect match for you! Our small cattery is always full of cats looking for a new home and we'd love you to meet them.

    Why not pop along, have a coffee and a chat, and see if you find your perfect cat!

    Have some old cat blankets, toys, etc? Why not drop them off at our open day and we'll put them to good use for the homeless cats in our care.

     

     

    ***Please note there are no veterinary services on the open day; this is a rehoming and advice event only***

  • Sat 1 November

    Cattery open day
    HORSHAM
    XCattery open dayHORSHAMHalloween is over, but do you have room in your home for your very own Salem? Sat 1 November from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PMRun by: Sussex North BranchLocation: Sussex North Clinic White Horse Veterinary Surgery 226, Crawley Road HORSHAM RH12 4HEMapMapContact: info@rspca-sussexnorth.org.ukFind out more
    X

    Cattery open day

    Sat 1 November from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PMLocation: Sussex North Clinic White Horse Veterinary Surgery 226, Crawley Road HORSHAM RH12 4HEMapMapContact: info@rspca-sussexnorth.org.ukLike Salem Saberhgen, the cats in our care want to take over your world - but only with cuddles and fuss!

    Pop along to our open day to meet the cats looking for a new home. 

 

Contact details:

01293 516776

Visit our website www.rspca-sussexnorth.org.uk Email us at info@rspca-sussexnorth.org.uk

Social:

Opening hours:

8am - 8pm Monday to Friday

Services offered:

Adopt an animal

General enquiries

Lost and found

Neutering

Veterinary financial aid

Charity number:

276355

Helping pets in Crawley, Haywards Heath and Horsham

RSPCA Sussex North branch is an independent, local, registered charity supporting the national RSPCA inspectors and people in Crawley, Haywards Heath, Horsham and surrounding villages. We are run entirely by volunteers and have no paid branch staff.

For information about financial assistance, low-cost veterinary care and cheap neutering, see our About us page.

If you are interested in rehoming an animal from us, see the Rehome a pet page.

If you would like to volunteer for us, see our volunteer page for information on current opportunities and how to get in touch.

 

Lost and found animals

If you have lost an animal, please email us a photo and details of where your animal was last seen and we will publicise on our Facebook page, on Twitter and on this website. Don’t forget to let us know your contact details so people can get in touch with you quickly. See our feature on lost pets for more information on what you can do if you have lost your pet.

If you have found an animal you believe to be lost, the best thing you can do is take it to a veterinary practice so they can scan for a microchip. You can also find out more on our lost pets feature.

 

Unable to keep your pet?

As an RSPCA branch, we prioritise the animals collected by the national RSPCA inspectors.  If you find yourself in a position where you are no longer able to keep your pet, you can find advice on the national RSPCA website.  We have limited cat space and are unable to take other species of animal.  In the unhappy circumstances of having to give your cat up, we will try to help you when possible. Please email rehoming@rspca-sussexnorth.org.uk or ring Anita on 07725 406293. We will request a donation from you if we can take your cat into our cattery for rehoming. This donation is to help with boarding and veterinary costs.

 

Need advice?

Try the national RSPCA’s virtual assistant

 
 
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