Category Archive: News

CALLERS PLEASE NOTE

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Please do not call Sue to enquire about the availability of kittens. Sue deals with adult cats only. All kittens go to our fosterers and the main number to phone is 01382 330457.… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Thanks to Carol & Adam of Chance Inn for fostering a mum & kittens for us – the kittens have now been homed in pairs & the mum has been neutered & returned… 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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There are 5 elderly cats at Whinnybank just now, and Sue is waiting for 4 more to come in. Only a very few rescues in Fife are accepting elderly cats at the moment.… 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

Whinnybank News

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Bonnie, an elderly cat who came into Whinnybank a week ago, had had many litters of kittens throughout her 11 years – this made her spaying operation life-threatening! Thankfully she came through &… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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The SSPCA contacted Sue about a family of feral cats in Perth who had not been fed since lockdown started – they won’t be easy to trap as they have had to extend… Continue reading

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James Mathie (you must be a mind reader!) – thank you so much for the donation of “Felix Gravy Lover” cat food through our Amazon Wishlist – 4 cats at Whinnybank absolutely adore… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Sue has been very busy with both domestic & feral cats, probably in part due to Fife CPL still being ‘dormant’ due to Coronavirus. The cats up at Whinnybank are still enjoying having… Continue reading

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Sue is pleased to have been awarded two Fife Council Covid19 grants – one for each of our shops which, obviously, remain closed at this time. The grants will help us to continue… Continue reading

How you can help

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Whinnybank News

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A tabby girl, who was abandoned & came to live at Whinnybank last year, eats her food off her paw, leaving a daily mess to clean up! Sue has known cats who do… Continue reading

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Sue had a feral cat come in from Glenrothes this week but sadly he had to be put to sleep due to a tumour on his cheek. Another feral came in from Cupar… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Sue is overwhelmed by the kindness of people who continue to donate cat food through the Whinnybank Amazon wish list, and donations of money too – thank you so much. Many people know… Continue reading

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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

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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

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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

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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