The last kitten of the litter was trapped in St Andrews this week – at times we thought it had perished – it took 2 long months of nights with cold feet and a long journey home. She is a beautiful tabby-tortie and she would be ready to breed from March so Sue is overjoyed to have caught her at last The Whinnybank cats who live mostly in the house in the winter were happy to see Sue return in the evenings – their first thoughts were “Mum is back, we will get fed again” and, of course, Sue gave in to them! With 7 permanent feeding stations at Whinnybank and biscuits ‘on tap’ no-one goes hungry. Thanks once again to everyone who has donated cat food and money. Morrisons in Kirkcaldy have a charity food box for Whinnybank and their customers have been generous all year – not just with food but also with beds etc. Volunteer John empties the collection box every week for us. If anyone has any plastic plant pots to spare we can put them to good use.
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 and www.whinnybank.org.uk