Category Archive: News

PRICE CHANGE FOR KITTENS

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PRICE CHANGE FOR KITTENS  Due to increase costs over the past few years, it is with regret that we are putting up the price for kittens we have had them at £50 for… Continue reading

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An update on the cat & kittens at Rathillet – Sue found some lovely people who were willing to have a feeding station for the family, preventing the need for them to cross… Continue reading

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Sue was called out this week to a feral mum & 4 kittens that were seen on the road between Rathillet & Cairnie Fruit Farm. She has set up food stations but hasn’t… Continue reading

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The barn roof at Whinnybank has been fixed at last! The £3,000 raised by everyone was very much appreciated. Our next project is to raise £2,000 to replace the shed & cat runs… Continue reading

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An elderly black tom cat with flecks of grey in his coat has gone missing from Whinnybank after a few weeks being there. It won’t be possible to pick him up so if… Continue reading

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Late Saturday, & again on Sunday, people called by on the off chance that Sue was at home – but with feral cats to trap, 2 shops to keep in check, jam to… Continue reading

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Because of the summer holidays the home-able cats are beginning to be homed, although there is still a waiting list of cats to come in to the Sanctuary. The feral kittens are doing… Continue reading

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The 5 kittens born at Whinnybank are doing well 🙂 Because the mum is feral the kittens will be taken from her at 5 weeks old to give them a chance to be… Continue reading

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Apologies for there being no news recently – Sue has been away visiting her sick brother in Hampshire. We lost another elderly resident last week – Bullet arrived 11 years ago with air… Continue reading

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The pregnant feral cat Sue trapped at Lochgelly has had her kittens & all seem to be doing well. There are 12 cats waiting to come in to Whinnybank – what is wrong… Continue reading

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Josh, a well-loved feral cat who was a resident of Whinnybank for many years, has sadly passed away – Sue & a few of the other cats are really missing him. Thanks go… Continue reading

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Apologies for there being no news for the past 2 weeks – Sue is up to her eyes in cat work! All the rescues are the same just now, full of unwanted cats… Continue reading

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We now have an Amazon Wishlist which makes it easier to donate cat food to Whinnybank – please go to the Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary Facebook page for the link (or Click Here). Thanks… Continue reading

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Good news – 10 year old Rupert, a long-term resident of Whinnybank, turned up last Friday after being missing for 3 months – he was in good condition, as if he had never… Continue reading

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Sue appreciates all the extra food & bric-a-brac donated recently as Whinnybank is full to the rafters again! Toby, a 16 year old ginger & white male, came in after being at the… Continue reading

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Sue was able to attend David Armit’s funeral (apologies for the spelling last week) – it was a simple & calm farewell, just the way David would have wanted it – he wrote… Continue reading

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A semi-feral cat Sue picked up last Friday was just 8 months old & heavily pregnant – she had her kittens on Monday & there are quite a few of them! Sue will… Continue reading

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Sadly we have lost two long-term volunteers recently – Caroline Kinnaird of Newburgh and David Arnott of Auchtermuchty – they will be greatly missed & our thoughts are with their families. The Sanctuary… Continue reading

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We hope everyone enjoyed the lovely weather over Easter! Our Easter Raffle went well – we raised £70 for the cats. Linda will be doing another raffle in the summer. In the sunny… Continue reading

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Sue returned to Perth Recycling Plant this week – the feral mum has moved her kittens as expected – Sue will keep an eye out for the mum so that she can be… Continue reading