Category Archive: News

Whinnybank News

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Over the years, Dundee Council have very kindly let us book the Murraygate (outside Bet Fred) in Dundee for fundraising – we are there the last Thursday and Friday of the month when… Continue reading

MILLIE

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Millie, IS a wonderful, stunning, senior (17+) cat. She’s looking for a quiet home without other animals as they make her very stressed out. She can barely hear so she should be an… Continue reading

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Sue wishes to thank Helen (who comes to Whinnybank every Wednesday to help with the cats) and her husband Douglas for spending a good part of last Sunday doing odd jobs that had… Continue reading

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Sue’s neighbor, Susan White, has an amazing large garden filled with many unusual plants (plus 2 lovely cats!) and she works very hard to keep her garden looking fantastic. Sue gives her special… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Sue at Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary is very upset that some kids in Auchtermuchty think it is great fun to throw roadwork signs and any other signs they can get their mitts on, including… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Thankfully, we are now down to just 1 cat having treatment for cat flu so we are on track to soon being able to re-home cats and take new cats in to Whinnybank… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Cats coming into Whinnybank are put on hold just now due to cat flu. It’s a lot of worry and means lots of trips to the vets as, if cats cannot smell their… Continue reading

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The recent storms were kind to Whinnybank so thankfully no major damage was done The birds, particularly the geese, were more upset than the cats in the barn. Trapping ferals on a farm… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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We have a queue of many people wanting cats under 4 years old but sadly there are not many rescues who will take on older cats so many of the cats that come… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Our food supply is disappearing very quickly at our feeding station in St Andrews. It seemed stray cats were coming in the night so we set up a camera. Sue expected to see… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Finally, a safe fund-raising savings account has been set up for Whinnybank cats. Friends and supporters can make a one-off donation or regular payments if they wish. Only Sue and grandson Aaron can… Continue reading

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

Whinnybank News

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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

Whinnybank News

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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

Whinnybank News

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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

Whinnybank News

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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

Whinnybank News

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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

Whinnybank News

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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