Category Archive: News

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Gypsy the feral cat Sue trapped 3 weeks ago in her new wooden trap, has now been returned to Glenrothes after receiving vet care for his injured leg – we are please to… Continue reading

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We wonder if spring has arrived early (we can only hope!) Sue is busy at the recycling plant in Perth to make sure there are no new un-neutered cats – the waste food… Continue reading

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The recent cold spell brought back memories of last year for Sue – her family live around the New Forest & are always teasing her about the snow up here – it was… Continue reading

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Sue loves January & February as she quickly homes all the easily home-able cats – she had lots of calls over last weekend with offers of homes & she is hopeful that more… Continue reading

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It is a well know fact that other cat rescues are not taking in cats over 5 years old – Whinnybank therefore ends up with more than our fair share of elderly cats,… Continue reading

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This week we have a sad story but with a happy ending for cat Lennon. Not all people are honest when they hand over cats & kittens to be rehomed. After 11 weeks… Continue reading

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Big thanks go to Fife Charities Trust who awarded Whinnybank a cheque for £500 towards our barn roof repairs. Sadly, Sue has been badly let down by the man who was supposed to… Continue reading

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Big thanks go to everyone who has recently donated cat food, money & nice items to sell in our shops. 2018 has been a busy year, particularly with older domestic cats, but as… 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

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

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Most rescues are not taking in elderly cats just now but Sue has a few looking for special homes as house cats. Vet bills will be covered by Whinnybank (NB only if using… Continue reading

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Big thanks go to Carol & Adam of Chance Inn for fostering a mum & kittens & also for washing & removing the labels from over 100 jam jars! Sue will be making… Continue reading

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We know many people look forward to reading our weekly news so we apologise for the lack of news for the past 2 weeks – Linda who does it had to go down… Continue reading

WHINNYBANK CAT SANCTUARY

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WHINNYBANK CAT SANCTUARY Sue received a phone call at about 2am last Saturday morning – a young lad walking home from work saw a pure white cat put out of a car, the… Continue reading

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We have cat flu at the Sanctuary just now so Sue has had to put a hold on cats coming in. Thanks go to Linda Nielson for finding lovely homes for the latest… Continue reading

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George, the deaf white cat featured in the news last week has found a new home in super-fast time 🙂 Sue thanks everyone who has sent in donations to help towards the cost… Continue reading

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Sue has found someone to repair the barn roof – it has been leaking badly this year & it will be good to get it fixed before the winter – any donations towards… Continue reading

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Many years ago Sue designed a wooden box for trapping feral cats as ferals are frightened of the usual metal traps. The wooden box works as a feeding station as well &, as… Continue reading

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Auchtermuchy school uniforms can be seen in our Auchtermuchty shop – they are in good condition & all we ask for is a donation. This has been the best year for rosehips for… Continue reading

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John, Jasmine & Simon kindly fostered a mum & her 3 kittens – they have now gone to a lovely new home with Edith Williamson & her 2 daughters – Sue has known… Continue reading