Please use the financial assistance checker on the right of this page before contacting us regarding our services. This is to avoid disappointment as we are only able to help people who live in our branch area.
For clients living in Haywards Heath/Burgess Hill we are working with a
companion care clinic in Burgess Hill to offer reduced cost veterinary appointments and basic treatment.
Initial consultation and basic treatment is £20. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the reference RSPCA Clinic in the Subject line. The clinic is not available for emergency treatment or serious injuries.
For clients living in Crawley/Horsham and surrounding villages please arrange an appointment at our partnership clinics in Horsham, Roffey or Southwater. Initial consultation and basic treatment is £20. You will be required to bring proof of benefits and proof of ID/address along to the appointment.
Please contact the clinic on 01403 243851 or 01403 732219 and request a subsidised appointment via the RSPCA. The clinic is not available for emergency treatment.
To be eligible for our help you must be in receipt of one of the following benefits:-
Income Support (IS)
Employment Support Allowance (ESA)
Job Seekers Allowance (JA)
-Universal Credit (only the parts related to IC, JSA, ESA- not Working Tax Credit, Child tax Credit or any other components). Must be receiving a Standard Allowance.
For Universal Credit proof of benefit is classed as the 'payments' page on the universal credit log-in or a recent (last 1-2 months) bank statement with the UC payment showing.
Low cost neutering - email@example.com
We provide low cost neutering for crossbreed dogs, non pedigree cats and rabbits whose owners are claiming one of the benefits listed above.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
If you need to give up an animal that isn't a cat, or if we don't have room, we recommend you try a member of the Association of Dog and Cat Homes to ensure you are using a reputable rehoming organisation.