Wild Animals and Birds

Roger's Wildlife Rescue
We collaborate a good deal with this Brighton based charity, which undertakes wildlife rescues, and offers advice and information over the telephone and via its website.

Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Trust
Another one of our regular partners is Brent Lodge, a charity running a specialist wildlife hospital at Sidlesham, near Chichester, since 1978.

WADARS works closely with RSPCA local inspectors, and with its centres at Patcham, near Brighton, and Mallydams Wood, near Hastings.

Sussex Bat Group
Formed in 1984, this group works to conserve bats and their habitat, record and monitor bat populations, and raise public awareness of these delightful creatures.

The Hawk Conservancy Trust
This conservation charity has a hospital for birds of prey, undertakes research, and also operates a visitor centre near Andover, Hampshire.

Fox Project
The Fox Project is a charity which deals with sick and injured foxes and abandoned fox cubs throughout the South-East of England.
They also offer advice on deterring foxes from your garden.

The Swan Sanctuary
Based in Shepperton, Middlesex, the Swan Sanctuary is a charity dedicated to the care and treatment of swans and waterfowl.

The Folly Wildlife Rescue Trust
Based near Tunbridge Wells, this charity specialises in the hand-rearing of animals such as deer, badgers and foxes as well as nestling and fledgling birds of all species.

Domestic Animals

This national charity works to prevent cruelty to animals, and is the organisation to contact if you have evidence of abuse.

Sussex Pet Rescue
This small charity works mostly in rescuing and rehoming dogs, and also
promotes a neutering scheme to help to prevent unwanted litters.

Worthing Animal Clinic
The clinic provides a full veterinary service to the pets of those of limited means in the Worthing - Lancing - Littlehampton area.

Julia Martin Chartered Animal Physiotherapist
Julia has over 30 years experience as a physiotherapist, and works with a range of animals after veterinary referral.