Caring donations helps SAA clean up

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A Manchester based business, Care Shop, has made a donation to the Society for Abandoned Animals (SAA) which will help with the day to day running of our rehoming centre.

The company, who also has a significant presence online, made a donation of black bin bags which will ensure that high levels of cleanliness are maintained across our centre which provides shelter for dogs, cats and rabbits looking for a loving home.

The bin bags are essential for the sanctuary during the regular cleaning process of animal pens and bedding. The bags will also be used for transportation of donated goods which are sold at local fairs and jumble sales; vital when we’re raising funds.

As we continue to work towards our target of £96,000 to expand our cat rehoming facility to support increasing demand of cats requiring shelter, the Care Shop donation is greatly welcomed.

Speaking of the donation, Caroline Johnson, Digital Marketing Manager from Care Shop said,

“We are delighted to be able to make a donation to SAA who work tirelessly to improve the welfare of animals in need of a new home in the local area.

“They are dependent on the generosity of others, so Care Shop understands that even the smallest of donations can make a significant difference to their daily operations.

“We hope that their important work long continues and that the opportunity arises to support SAA again in the future.”

Care Shop, located in Trafford Park, Manchester has over 40 years of experience in supplying healthcare products to individuals, the NHS, private hospitals, GPs and more. Goods which range from the bin bags we received to specialist furniture and infection control goods can also be bought online at any time from