We provide a temporary refuge for ill treated and unwanted domestic animals. They are assessed, seen by our vets, cared for by our staff and volunteers and re-homed. We are an independent Charity responsible for raising our own funding.
RSPCA Danaher Animal Home is an independent charity that is affiliated to and works closely with the RSPCA but is Entirely Self Funding. We take in unwanted animals (principally dogs, cats and small domestic animals) from the general public in Essex and surrounding districts, normally via the RSPCA branches, and animal homes in London where demand always exceeds capacity. In addition it takes in animals from RSPCA inspectors – these animals are normally the subject of cruelty cases and are often in a very poor condition. We also take in some local strays and on the rare occasions spare capacity arises animals (mainly dogs) will be taken from other areas of the country where homes can rarely meet demand. The home then provides a temporary refuge for these animals where they are assessed, treated by our vets, cared and nursed by our staff and volunteers and then the vast majority are rehomed.