Call Cruelty Line: 0300 1234 999

RSPCA Sussex North & Brighton

Animal Charity

Rescuing, rehoming and rehabilitating unwanted, abandoned and neglected dogs, cats, rabbits, small furries, birds, and reptiles across Sussex

Adopt an AnimalMake a Donation

Welcome to the RSPCA Sussex North & Brighton Branch

Our dedicated team of staff and volunteers at our Animal Centre in Patcham are passionate about animal welfare and doing everything we can to help the area’s neediest animals. We care for around 600 animals, birds and reptiles each year at the shelter, run a subsidised neutering scheme and work to help pets in the community.

As a separately registered Branch of the RSPCA we are responsible for raising our own funds to deliver animal welfare across our Branch area which stretches from Worthing to Seaford and up to East Grinstead.

Animals looking for their forever homes

Just some of the latest animals to come into our care and are ready to find a new home.

Click on the image to learn more and see if you are the perfect match.

The Big Kennel Build

Our project is going to build a brighter future for Brighton’s rescue dogs and cats.

Help us to house neglected and unwanted animals by making a donation and become a Brighton Animal Shelter Sponsor.

Could you sponsor us for £2 a month?

How to Help

There are so many ways in which you can help us.

Whether it is volunteering in our charity shops based across Sussex, becoming a friend of the RSPCA, helping us with our challenging Shelter Build, fostering an animal or buying something from our Amazon Wishlist.

Take a look at the ways in which you could make a difference.

Advice & Help

All the latest advice on how to care for your pet

Keeping children safe around dogs

Keeping children safe around dogs

Dogs and children communicate very differently, but they can be great friends and help children develop kindness and a sense of responsibility. Just...

Understanding dog behaviour

Understanding dog behaviour

Understanding dog behaviour As a dog owner, it's always a good idea to keep an eye on your dog's behaviour and be on the lookout for any changes, as...