Category Archive: News

Whinnybank News

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We are pleased to have homed quite a few cats recently and we had a huge response to our request for people to take on the elderly cats, though not all of them… Continue reading

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We have 9 elderly cats in our care just now and we desperately need kind fosterers to care for them – all vet bills (only through our Newburgh vet) will be covered if… Continue reading

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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… Continue reading

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Christmas Eve at Whinnybank was a bit of a nightmare – the day began with a call at 8am & the calls continued all day from people wanting cats (for Christmas!!!) with kids… Continue reading

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You may already know that Sue’s cat bank account has sadly been subjected to fraudulent activity by persons unknown – this is now being investigated by the fraud squad. As a result, the… Continue reading

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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Please be aware that due to a scam affecting Sue’s Bank Account has been uncovered and is now under investigation by the Fraud Squad. This scam has forced the immediate closure of Sue’s… Continue reading

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Sue likes to put cat’s stories in the news so people know what can happen when rescuing cats. Lucky is a young black male who was with us for about 10 weeks. His… Continue reading

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Crosby, a grey and white 11 year old who was re-homed in July has sadly been returned to us as he was not happy in a house with young children. So, he is… Continue reading

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The number of cats who are waiting to shelter at Whinnybank is unbelievable – many people are waiting to give a cat a new home but it all takes time. The shortage of… Continue reading

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Sue has lost another of her faithful feline friends – a cat called Bernie who was about 19 years old. He came into Whinnybank with many feral adults & kittens from a farm… Continue reading

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Sue says: “Thank you for my many Birthday Wishes & cat food. I often wish I was 17 again!! My secret is ‘Think young, be young.’ & at 8 o’clock in the evening… Continue reading

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This week it is thanks all round! Thanks for all the donations sent in for Wolfie’s vet bills so he could be put on the right track & re-homed. He has now been… Continue reading

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In Scotland, the closure of Cat’s Protection League groups in Fife & north of Arbroath has put a lot of pressure on us & the SSPCA. There are many sad cases of people… Continue reading

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This week, Sue was called out to pick up a mum & kittens in a garage – the people had gone to move a sack & heard the kittens, although they hadn’t seen… Continue reading

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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

Kitten prices going up

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It is with great regret and after a long discussion we are sadly having to put the price of the kittens up to £80. This increase is primarily due to our vet costs… 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