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An update on the 2 cats who were abandoned at Whinnybank last week – they have now both been spotted, hopefully that means they are ok. Sue will be busy at the Auchtermuchty… Continue reading

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Sue had a shock last Thursday – she had been out for a couple of hours & on her return found 2 cat carriers with cat belongings (but no food). When she looked… Continue reading

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The Sanctuary is jam packed with cats, and our kitten fosterers have lots of kittens!! Hopefully re-homing will pick up once people have returned from their holidays!! Thanks to Margaret from near Chance… Continue reading

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Kitten season is now at its peak – we currently have 15 kittens with our fosterers. It is a quiet time for homing as people are away on holiday so if you have… Continue reading

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Sue has been away down south visiting her brother & sister who are not keeping well. She had a lovely week of weather! She came home with 11 new chicks bought at auction… Continue reading

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Two cats went to their news homes last weekend. Tiger is a fluffy tabby male who came in un-neutered & with a broken tooth – after 4 months with us he how has… Continue reading

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A grey female cat came in last week – Sue put her in the shed on her own as she was a lovely sweet cat until she saw other cats when she turned… Continue reading

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Poor Bullet, who was promised a new home last week, has been let down – Sue tried to contact the people who were going to take him & left several messages but they… Continue reading

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We are pleased to report that Bullet, the cat who had been shot, has found a new home in Monifieth . Sue has started work at a house in Buckhaven where the cats… Continue reading

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Mr Bean has landed on his feet & found a lovely permanent home at last – he was in a new home after he went missing a while back but bullied the cat… Continue reading

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An update on the 14 month old pregnant female tabby who was dumped near Gauldry in March – we called her Tabatha & Sue kept her in her bedroom for a few weeks.… Continue reading

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Sue was told about a very scruffy sorry-looking tom cat in Anstruther who had to be trapped. It turned out that he was wearing a brand new collar which did not make sense… Continue reading

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Helen McRitchie, who works in our Newburgh shop on a Friday morning, initially found it very overwhelming working in the shop & had to work alongside someone else. We are pleased to say… Continue reading

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Sue homed 3 cats this week – Douglas, Harry & Sophie had been at the Sanctuary for almost a year so Sue is over the moon that they have found a home at… Continue reading

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Sue did her first Tayport car boot sale of the year last Sunday. Cold winds drove everyone home about 12.30 but Sue had achieved her mission of selling all the eggs. Sue is… Continue reading

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A female tabby cat picked up between Brunton & Gauldry was never claimed. A tortoiseshell cat was also picked up within half a mile, which points to the two cats being dumped. The… Continue reading

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Sue is looking forward to car boot season as our two shops are rather full – but please keep your unwanted items coming because most of our customers visit our shops daily looking… Continue reading

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Two cats who have been at the Sanctuary for over 3 months landed on their paws this week – Andy, a ginger & white boy from Collessie went to a new home in… Continue reading

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Our thoughts are with Jane, who fosters elderly cats for us, she had only had Tommy for 3 months when he had to be put to sleep due to kidney failure. It can… Continue reading

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Sue finished off the feral trapping job in Dunfermline this week when she trapped the last cat – it took a total of 4 trips to capture 11 cats. She came home with… Continue reading