Category Archive: News

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

*URGENT NOTICE TO CAT OWNERS**ALERT UK CAT OWNERS

by

*URGENT NOTICE TO CAT OWNERS**ALERT UK CAT OWNERS*If your cat is currently being fed ANY of the following, please stop feeding it immediately and change to an alternative brand for the time being.… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

Whinnybank News

by

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

SOS

by

The Sanctuary is in desperate need of cat food for the cats preferably (Felix as good as it looks in jelly) Fish flavour only- Not the double delicious or in gravy as the… Continue reading

Attention Please

by

We appreciate and understand that restrictions over the past year have seen a huge increase in demand for Cats and Kittens. Recently there has been a sharp rise in the number of calls… Continue reading