Whinnybank News

We know many people look forward to reading our weekly news so we apologise for the lack of news for the past 2 weeks – Linda who does it had to go down south to look after her sister. We have to highlight how important it is for people who are feeding stray cats to get the cat checked for a microchip – either at a vets or a rescue centre, most of whom have a scanner & may be willing to visit you at home to scan the cat. Recently Sue took in a stray cat from people who had been feeding him for some time – they were moving & couldn’t take him with them. The first thing Sue did was scan the cat & he had a microchip! He had been missing for 2½ years & he has now been happily reunited with his family in Tayport. Sue thanks everyone for all the cat food donated recently.

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

nov9-2018

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