Welcome to the Cat & Rabbit Rescue Centre’s Website
REHOMING ALL ANIMALS – Want to adopt then give us a call 01243 641409 we rehome 7 days a week (subject to a pre home visit).
JUST THINKING OF ADOPTING A CAT OR KITTEN? We also have cat viewing days on 4th Saturday of each month from 12.00-2.00pm, where you can see the cat/kittens available. See our events section for all viewing day dates, the next one is listed below.
With 52 cat pens full, most with multiple occupancy, you are bound to find that special furry friend (or friends) to share your life with.
NEXT CAT VIEWING DAY
Saturday 28th May 2016
12.00pm – 2.00pm
Why not come and visit us on the above date we have over 150 cats and kittens of all ages, colours and personalities, all looking for that forever home.
Please remember that these viewing days/evenings are for people who have not already had a home visit we will not be able to carry out any adoptions at this time. If you have had a home visit call us for an appointment. We looking forward to seeing you.
All re-homing is subject to a pre-home visit
THINKING OF ADOPTING A RABBIT OR A GUINEA PIG? Why not come along to The Cat & Rabbit Rescue Centre at Sidlesham every Sunday from 2.00pm – 3.30pm to visit them. You can reserve for up to two weeks and staff are available for advice on accommodation and bonding (all rehoming is subject to a pre home visit).
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Barn Upgrade & Makeover Project (BUMP)
We are currently fundraising to upgrade the barn where we have 28 pens for cats, rabbits and guinea pigs. Part of the upgrade is a new kitchen area for washing and weighing the animals, which will cost £3,000. So far we have raised £1,000 so if you would like to help towards this vital project please:
TEXT BUMP16 £10/£5/£4 or £3 To: 70070 or OR CLICK ON THE “MAKE A DONATION” BUTTON BELOW
Thank you to everyone who has supported us so far, you’re amazing xx
We believe animals deserve compassion, respect and consideration. That prevention of unwanted animals through the promotion of neutering and education, and the humane control of feral colonies is required, and no healthy animal should be destroyed if a responsible home cannot be found.
Visiting is strictly by appointment to protect the health and welfare of the animals in our care, please do not visit unless by prior appointment.
We really appreciate any donations we receive and recent thanks for our gifts off of the Amazon Wishlist. You can view our wishlist here:
Fancy joining in on a Car Treasure Hunt? Check out our events section for further details : http://www.crrc.co.uk/category/events
CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF ANIMAL RESCUE
WHISKEY ‘THE DOG’
Thanks Joy, what a lovely video! What great characters these ginger boys can be.