Whinnybank News

At short notice Sue was called into a Glasgow hospital for her much needed operation last Friday – she was kept in for 2 nights, partly due to the horrendous weather. She is now back home & recuperating & thanks everyone for their kind wishes. She is under doctor’s orders to take it easy for several weeks so if anyone sees her trying to lift anything please stop her!! Whinnybank had 4” of snow on Saturday – John & Simon, who help out every Saturday, had to leave their car at the bottom of the hill & walk up – as usual John had only a t-shirt on! Many thanks go to Claire the vet for giving up her Saturday morning to remove a feral cat’s ruptured eye & for caring for her afterwards. Thanks also go to our other Claire for coming on Sunday to clean the dirty cat trays that Sue didn’t feel up to doing before she went into hospital – they have to be cleaned outside in a big tub of water so the grit does not block the drains & septic tank. Thanks to Muchty Monkies for their kind donation of books & DVDs. Linda has dressed the Valentine’s window in our Newburgh shop – it looks really lovely.

If you can offer a home to a cat, help at fundraising events, in our shops or at the sanctuary, please call Sue on 01337 840414, or see us online at www.catchat.org/adoption/fife.html & www.whinnybank.org.uk

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Valentine’s window in our Newburgh shop

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