We are a Sanctuary, therefore, we do not have any cats or rabbits available for re-homing, if you wish to adopt a cat, please contact Lost Cats Brighton 01273 422721
Visiting - as this is our home and with the threat of the new rabbit disease everywhere, we only very occasionally allow visits by prior arrangements to those who have been kind enough to have joined our sponsorship programme, or are making a regular donation or do regular fundraising for us. Under NO circumstances do we allow visits by young children for the safety of the animals.
Due to ill-health, we are, sadly, unable to accept anymore cats or rabbits, at the moment, all our time is spent caring for the ones that already live here, they are elderly, and/or infirm and need costly veterinary treatment, so if you could possibly see your way to donating a pound or two we would be so grateful. There is a donate button at the bottom of this page.
(Please see our Contact Page for details of other Rescues in the area)
PLEASE SEE THE RABBIT HEALTH PAGE FOR DETAILS OF A DEADLY NEW DISEASE CALLED RVHD2, ITS FATAL, SPREADING THROUGHOUT THE UK QUICKLY, VACCINATION IS THE ONLY PREVENTION...
Portslade Animal Rescue is a family run sanctuary near Brighton, East Sussex. We started up over 25 years ago mainly rescuing cats, although we did take some dogs and other animals, then, as more rabbits became abandoned, we started to take in bunnies as well.
Over the past 25 years hundreds of rabbits as well as many cats have passed through our doors. We tried to re-home as many rabbits as we could, but, sadly, because of terrible living conditions, lack of suitable food and/or physical abuse, the ones left here have health issues and can’t be re-homed, so our rescue, which is also our home, is their forever sanctuary where they receive all the care and love they need.
We are a non-profit organisation, run by a handful of volunteers; We rely solely on donations, sponsorship and fund-raising. Most of the rabbits and cats we have taken in were not vaccinated or spayed/neutered, annual vaccinations are required for both cats and rabbits (2 vaccinations for rabbits now) and many also have health issues and we continue to struggle to cover our ever increasing vet bills.
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