Whinnybank News

The six remaining litters of kittens born at Whinnybank are now at the stage of eating solid food so it is time to bring them into the hustle & bustle of the house so that they can get used to household noises. They are still small enough to escape through the holes of a kitten cage so does anyone have any guinea pig or large hamster cages that Sue could use for them? 4 of the kittens were born without hair – Sue was initially concerned but now knows that they were born prematurely due to the stress of being trapped – their hair has now started to grow J We are in need of fosterers for 3 litters (totalling 7 kittens – they can go together). A fosterer needs to have time, a spare room & a car. It is very rewarding work – please call Sue if you are interested. If we can get these kittens into foster homes it frees up time & space for Sue to take on the other litters still to come in from the farm. Thanks go to Philipa for her donation of lots of rhubarb for jam-making.

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