Rabbit Rescues in West Sussex

Here is a list of rabbit rescues in West Sussex that we know of.

If you happen to know of any more that we haven’t mentioned here, then please do let us know.

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The Warren – Located in Ifold on the Sussex, Surrey border just a few minutes from the A281, and not to far from Hampshire either. Nearby towns include Billingshurst, Loxwood, Cranleigh, Horsham, Haslemere, Godalming and Guildford. We now manage the RSPCA Guildford Branch rabbit section and foster the rabbits taken in. All homes are rigorously checked before adoption is considered and bonding takes place here at The Warren.

Holbrook Animal Rescue – Based in Horsham, We aim to provide loving new homes for as many animals as we possibly can. These animals come from many different backgrounds but all have the same basic need – that of a home where they will be cared for and no longer live in fear or hunger.

Carla Lane Animals in Need – Based in Horstead Keynes, Carla founded her animal sanctuary, Animaline, in the grounds of her home in Horsted Keynes, West Sussex in 1987. The sanctuary ran successfully until 2009 when Carla moved back to Liverpool to be closer to her family. Animaline was amalgamated with Fir Tree Animal Sanctuary in 2013. The name has been changed to Carla Lane Animals In Need and Carla is one of the trustees.

Cat and Rabbit Rescue Centre – The Centre is located in rural Sidlesham, an ideal location for our long term residents who enjoy total freedom of the whole site.

Worthing & District Animal Rescue Service – Based in Worthing, We work with many other ‘Animal/Bird’ organisations including, but not limited to, The RSPCA, Brent Lodge Bird and Wildlife Hospital, Roger’s Wildlife, The Fox Project and, of course, local veterinary practices.

RSPCA Mount Noddy Animal Centre – Eartham, Near Chichester, Mount Noddy is owned and operated by the Sussex, Chichester & District Branch of the RSPCA. It is a separate charity within the national body and is entirely self-financing.

Paws Animal Sanctuary – Here in Findon, West Sussex, just north of Worthing is a sanctuary, that is home to over 100 animals at any one time. Situated at Stacey’s home in Findon Village, the Sanctuary is run by Stacey and Sheila.