Here is a selection of animals from the RSPCA branch in Brighton that are looking for a forever home.
If you think you would be able to rehome one of them, go to the Sussex, Brighton & East Grinstead website for details.
You can also donate to the charity to help it carry on its rescue work at the same websites.
Gender – Male
Age – Three months old
Breed – Cane Corso crossbreed
Colour – Black with white paws
Rocky is a very lively and friendly pup who knows his name and sits on command. However, he will still need a lot of ongoing training.
He is going to be a very large dog and will need an owner with Cane Corso or similar breed experience.
He enjoys playing with toys and travels okay in the car after an initial bit of whimpering. He is not likely to be housetrained.
If you want to adopt Rocky you can view his full profile here.
Skyla and Tater
Gender – Female and Male
Age – Three years old and 11 years old
Breed – Terrier
Colour – Tan
Skyla and Tater are a lovely and affectionate pair of dogs who love hanging out with each other and are looking for a home together.
Tater is the larger of the two and is 11 years old. He walks well on a lead and enjoys playing with toys.
Skyla is the younger of the pair and has a great enthusiasm for everything.
If you want to adopt Skyla and Tater you can view their full profile here.
Gender – Female
Age – One or Two years old (approx.)
Breed – Domestic Shorthair crossbreed
Colour – Black with some white areas
Hattie is a very nervous cat around people as she hasn’t had a lot of handling.
She will definitely need a calm adult home with a patient, cat experienced owner who can give her as much time as she needs to gain trust, and not expect too much too soon.
Hattie would also enjoy a garden in time, and wouldn’t suit a flat.
If you want to adopt Hattie you can view her full profile here.
Gender – Male
Age – One year old
Breed – Not specified
Colour – Brown
Ned is a very strong-willed rabbit, if he wants to do something, there is no stopping him.
He likes attention, food and treats, and can be picked up and handled but not for long periods of time.
Ned has lots of energy so would need a large secure run and use of an enclosed garden to let off steam when supervised.
If you want to adopt Ned you can view his full profile here.