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Sadly the feral cat with the broken leg had to be euthanized as the bone had not knitted together as hoped & it was badly infected. With a domestic cat the vet could… Continue reading

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The cat with the fractured leg at Leslie, who Sue had been trying to trap for 6 weeks, was finally caught on Tuesday morning by one of the workmen. She is putting weight… Continue reading

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Sue’s SOS for the cats’ favourite food worked well – many thanks to everyone who responded. Cat problems are continuing with injured cats, strays & ferals. Sue is still trying to trap the… Continue reading

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Sue has her work cut out with injured cats coming in at the moment. A feral she released in Leslie about 3 years ago has obviously broken her leg – because she has… Continue reading

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Would the kind lady who left a message for Sue saying she had lots of wool please call again as you did not leave your number for Sue to call you back. Sue… Continue reading

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Despite the fact that of late we are homing cats quicker than usual, we still have a waiting list of cats to come in – some domestic & some feral. An update on… Continue reading

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This week we have a very sad story – but it does have a happy ending! A lady handed in a very pregnant young cat – she was like a football so Sue… Continue reading

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So far Sue has managed to trap 6 of the cats at her friend’s smallholding in Aberdeen. The farmland around the cottage is crawling with rabbits which means that sadly, any kittens are… Continue reading

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We have some more domestic cats up for homing – Ozzy, Ben, Lady, Bella & Marlow are all looking for special homes – you can find photos & descriptions on our website or… Continue reading

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Sue had a call from a lovely couple who took on 2 of Sue’s feral kittens 11 years ago. They told her they were emigrating to Italy & Sue expected them to want… Continue reading

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We have cat flu at the Sanctuary just now so Sue has had to put a hold on cats coming in. Thanks go to Linda Nielson for finding lovely homes for the latest… Continue reading

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George, the deaf white cat featured in the news last week has found a new home in super-fast time 🙂 Sue thanks everyone who has sent in donations to help towards the cost… Continue reading

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Sue has found someone to repair the barn roof – it has been leaking badly this year & it will be good to get it fixed before the winter – any donations towards… Continue reading

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Many years ago Sue designed a wooden box for trapping feral cats as ferals are frightened of the usual metal traps. The wooden box works as a feeding station as well &, as… Continue reading

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Auchtermuchy school uniforms can be seen in our Auchtermuchty shop – they are in good condition & all we ask for is a donation. This has been the best year for rosehips for… Continue reading

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John, Jasmine & Simon kindly fostered a mum & her 3 kittens – they have now gone to a lovely new home with Edith Williamson & her 2 daughters – Sue has known… Continue reading

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It’s the peak of the year for unwanted pets – usually because people are being evicted. There is no more illness at Whinnybank so we are able to take in a few –… Continue reading

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The dry weather brought a lot of hedgehogs into the barns to eat the cats’ meat & biscuits – Sue found them sleeping in the cats’ beds during the day! The recent rain… Continue reading

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We are happy to report that 3 more cats have been re-homed since the last news. We are also pleased that there are no signs of any more illness. We lost 1 kitten… Continue reading

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Because of the heat a lot of the rescue centres have gone down with cat flu but we have been lucky so far – hopefully we will be spared. We managed to home… Continue reading