Whinnybank News

Sue had a feral cat come in from Glenrothes this week but sadly he had to be put to sleep due to a tumour on his cheek. Another feral came in from Cupar with an abscess due to fighting with other cats – the kind lady who brought him to our attention has offered him a home once he has been treated by our vet. We have 9 feral cats waiting to be neutered but, as we have to be careful with our limited income at the moment, they will have to wait. We are hoping to receive a covid-19 grant from Fife Council due to the lack of income from our Newburgh shop. The cats & birds at Whinnybank are enjoying lockdown as families are walking up with their children for exercise – some people are even bringing Dreamies to treat the cats. Betty G from Falkland left a message for Sue asking for cat biscuits & bird food but she did not leave her telephone number – please call Sue again. Sue wishes to thank everyone for their support in these difficult times.

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/whinnybank & www.whinnybank.org.uk