About RSPCA Mount Noddy Animal Rehoming centre (Sussex Chichester & District Branch)
RSPCA Sussex Chichester and District Branch is a separately registered charity and one of around 160 branches that supports the local work of the RSPCA. We are completely self-funded and rely on donations, fundraising and kindness to operate our animal centre - Mount Noddy.
The centre opened in 1969 and we are located 6.2 miles North East of Chichester, West Sussex in the beautiful rural village of Eartham. The centre provides care and assistance to abandoned, abused and unwanted cats & dogs. We act as a temporary refuge and provide the animals in our care with food, medication, socialisation and the love they require until we can find a new 'Forever Home'. If you are able to offer an animal a home, please browse our list of animals in desperate need of rehoming. The animal centre is open daily from 11-4pm.
Our Adoption Process
If you would like to adopt any of our animals please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a perfect match form. If you are a good match for your chosen animals a member of the team will give you a call to arrange a home visit. Once the visit is done you can make an appointment to come down to the centre. Please note, our kennels are closed to the public. Our adoption fees vary depending on age, but start at £100 for dogs and £60 for cats. All animals are vaccinated, neutered and microchipped, and the adoption fee includes 4 weeks of RSPCA insurance. We accept cash, cheques and all major cards. We have a shop on site selling a variety of items, including food, litter and toys.