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A cat called Spider was handed in to us, lame, in June – the people who had found him thought he had been hit by a car but it turned out that he… Continue reading

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It’s the time of year for orchard fruits again – we have plums for sale in our Newburgh shop & we are busy picking more to keep up with demand… plum crumble –… Continue reading

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An update on last week’s feral family – the tortie mum has turned out to be a domestic & the 3 kittens, who had been living in damp & cold conditions since day… Continue reading

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Sue & Aaron were busy trapping a cat & her 3 feral kittens in Leven, when Sue realized that the mum cat was crossing a very busy road at least 3 times a… Continue reading

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Eleven year old Crombie has now found his forever home after 2 months at Whinnybank 🙂 Another boy, Smokey (called Pavarotti online), who lost 2 owners in 7 years, is well into his… Continue reading

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Sue has 14 cats who are ready to go to new homes – they will be listed on our website & Facebook page asap. Some of them have health problems (the elderly ones)… Continue reading

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We have a few cats going onto our website (they are not all there yet) for homing – most of them do have problems but that shouldn’t stop them from getting loving homes… Continue reading

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Every summer brings the vixens & their cubs during the day. Sue’s son Steven has strimmed the paddock so the birds can see the foxes coming & they get on the pond where… Continue reading

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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