The RSPCA Sussex, Chichester and District Branch, home to Mount Noddy Animal Centre,
has welcomed Bruce Fogle, MBE as its new President. As a veterinary expert who has
dedicated his life and career to the care of animals, he is the ideal appointment for the
animal centre, which provides essential care and rehoming for hundreds of cats and dogs.


As well as running a successful veterinary practice, Bruce Fogle has written guides on the
care and training of dogs and cats for the RSPCA as well as many scientific articles on
veterinary practice. He is the Co-founder and Vice-Chair of the charity Hearing Dogs for Deaf
People, and in 2004 received an MBE for his services. His expertise will be a valuable
addition to the dedicated and passionate team at Mount Noddy.


Speaking about his appointment, Mr Fogle said: “I’m delighted to join the team at Mount
Noddy. I’ve lived locally since 1989 so I’m familiar with the centre’s warm history of caring
for neglected animals since opening in 1969. The team is enthusiastic and committed to
protecting cats and dogs. I look forward to representing the centre and sharing their
excellent work.”


Chairman of the animal centre, Nick Cockram, comments: “We recognise that there are
challenges ahead and a need for new ways of working. We have ambitious plans for the
centre and are so grateful for Bruce’s support. Bruce brings a depth of experience and vision
to the board that is most welcome.”


The arrival of Bruce Fogle as President will help the centre drive forward plans for the future
including vital fundraising efforts as it continues to deliver care and support to animals
across the region in these challenging times.