Tue 15th Feb 2022

Danaher Shop Products

 Last year we were able to revamp the reception area as it was looking very tired, this included the reception shop. we are now able to offer a wider range of items for sale.

We sell small animal, cat and dog products ranging from beds, carriers, toys, enrichment items, litter trays, cat litter and more. We are open for business every day between 10am and 5pm except Wednesdays so please feel free to pop in.

No appointment needed to browse the shop.

We offer a delivery service for litter and skinners food to one of our 6 charity shops and offer a discount for regular orders. 

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Mon 14th Feb 2022

MyGivingCircle £10K Grant Giveaway

Each year MyGivingCircle grant their top charities with £300,000. Help Danaher win a grant of £10,000 by voting for us as your chosen UK charity and getting us on the top 10 UK leaderboard!

We’re currently in poll position #275 with only 155 votes. We need at least 2000 votes before we can be in with a chance of winning the grant of £10K so we need everyone's generous involvement.

• You can vote once a week

• Every donation of £1 gets us an extra vote, so please consider donating

• Donate £20 and we’ll get featured on the homepage 2,000 times

• Share on Facebook to let your friends and family know they can place their vote once a week to help Danaher receive a £10K grant


Don't forget to verify your vote by clicking the link MyGivingCircle emails you - this is very important to make your vote count!

The top 10 winners will be announced on Thursday 31st March.


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Sun 13th Feb 2022


Meet Mishmish, A 12-week-old kitten found with his head well and truly stuck in a rat trap. 

On a cold winter day, a passing local came across a little kitten who had got himself in a pickle. The RSPCA were called and managed to safely cut MishMish out. 

Mishmish was so terrified of his ordeal that he was assumed to be a feral kitten and was placed in an experienced foster home.

After 3 days Mishmish sat on his fosterers legs, albeit at a distance and looking a tad cross. On day 5 he decided that he was bored being a feral and wanted to be friends so attached himself to his foster mum.

The fosterer introduced Mishmish to five 3-week-old kittens she was also fostering and Mishmish immediately acted like their dad, washing them, playing with them gently and running to them whenever one of them meowed.

As they got older the kittens went off to their new homes and Mishmish found himself at a loose end so decided to make one of the dogs in the home his new playmate. Edie a corgi cross, being only a youngster herself, decided that Mishmish was her new best friend and they are always playing, or just hanging out together.


The fosterer had never come across such a kitten in all her years of fostering and decided that he was just to amazing to give up, So he now resides as a permanent member of the family.




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