Category Archive: News

Whinnybank News

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Sue has had 3 pregnant cats come into Whinnybank already this year – it looks like this may be a bad year for kittens as Sue is, like many people, trying to stay… Continue reading

ATTENTION

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YOU CANNOT, I repeat YOU CANNOT get coronavirus from your pets. People are dumping their animals at shelters out of ignorance and fear-PLEASE PLEASE post this on your page. Not only are they… Continue reading

How you can help

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Whinnybank News

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With the sadness we are all facing right now, Sue wishes to thank Heather Vets & the volunteers for their continuing support. Our shops are, obviously, now closed & we are unable to… Continue reading

SHOP CLOSING

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It is with great regret we are closing the Auchtermuchty Shop will be closed until further notice.The Shop in Newburgh will also be closed for the foreseeable future. If you would like to donate… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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We have been very successful in homing some cats this week :-). Sooty & Sweep came in last December after their owners sadly passed away – they have landed on their paws in… Continue reading

PHONE CALLS

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Please when people are phoning the sanctuary and leaving a message could you please say the phone number slowly and clearly Sue has had a few messages and numbers left but can only… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Sue had a call from Kilmany about a long-haired ginger boy raiding the cat food dishes – they borrowed a trap from Sue & he was trapped 2 days later. His fur was… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Apologies for our Auchtermuchty shop being closed last week due to the council resurfacing the road – we should now be open at our usual times, weather permitting. Sue was invited to give… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Our Newburgh shop is looking fabulous, thanks to Linda, Fiona & Tony, & we are receiving lots of compliments about it. The shop funds the Sanctuary so we thank the public for handing… Continue reading

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

Whinnybank News

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Four feral cats caught at Lomond Hills Fishery have now got homes – a lady with stables in the borders is taking 2 & the other 2 are going to a farm. Sue,… Continue reading

WARNING

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WARNING Sue has requested that the following post be added to the Website to warn people that a local person is advertising kittens on Gumtree for the extortionate price of £100-£200 (The Whinnybank… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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With the help of Fife Cat Rescue, a huge problem is being sorted out at Lomond Hills Fishery. There were 6 feral females, an 8kg male and, of course, the kitten Dylan who… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Sue is sadly feeling her age but she doesn’t plan to retire from giving a home to the many feral, elderly & problem cats as Whinnybank has the perfect accommodation for these unwanted… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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We have a sad story this week of two black & white brothers looking for a very special home – Sooty & Sweep sadly lost both their owners in December. They are about… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Lots of thanks this week to: Catriona McKenzie for her kind donation of £100; Audrey & John from Dundee for a big box of cat food (Whiskas & Dreamies) donated through our Amazon… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Recently Sue has lost 2 long-term friends – Ann helped in the shop & at car boot sales, Chris loved fostering kittens & being with Sue when trapping feral kittens. Both had 1… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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The tabby kittens from last week’s news have now all been homed 🙂  People have enjoyed watching their progress on our Facebook page. Their mother is enjoying her ‘hotel’ – as she is… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Last week Sue had a call from Pitlochry – a lady had found 4 kittens by her wheelie bin, the whole family were tabbies. Gillie from CPL in that area picked up the… Continue reading