Category Archive: News

26 October 2010

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Sue’s feral colony work is continuing and Sue and Lisa went up to Pitlochry again on Monday where they picked up three 3-4month old feral kittens. They are too old to be tamed… Continue reading

24 November 2010

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Last weekend proved a happy one for some of our cats – 4 went to new homes and 3 more are booked to go, two of them had been at the Sanctuary for… Continue reading

16 November 2010

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First of all, apologies for there being no news for the past couple of weeks – I write the news with the info Sue tells me but I have just opened a wee… Continue reading

01 October 2010

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Sue and Lisa did Tayport car boot sale on Sunday and raised £145. They sold out of plums – many thanks to everyone who has donated plums! Weather permitting we will be doing… Continue reading

24 September 2010

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Sue was unable to do a car boot sale last Sunday because of the weather so she caught up on chores and made lots of lovely jam. We still have lots of kittens… Continue reading

17 September 2010

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We had a good day at our Newburgh shop last Saturday, taking £107, and at the Tayport car boot sale on Sunday we sold mostly plums and some bric-a-brac and raised £200. We… Continue reading

10 September 2010

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All the feral cats and kittens have been rescued from Crief so Sue is now concentrating on the feral cats at the Silo in Cupar where she will need to spend an evening… Continue reading

03 September 2010

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The Sanctuary is overloaded with adult cats right now and we are also finding it harder than usual to find homes for kittens. Fred, an elderly chap who came in with a skin… Continue reading

24 August 2010

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The Crief feral job is continuing but Pitlochry is taking priority at the moment as the cats & kittens are at severe risk there. Sue and son Steven tried out Crail car boot… Continue reading

17 August 2010

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Sue has a new feral job in Crief, which she started this week. The cat food she put down at Cupar Silo hasn’t been touched so she is starting to think that what… Continue reading

13 August 2010

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Sue and her Grandson went to Errol car boot sale on Sunday – they only raised £55 so wished they had gone to the new one in Perth instead!! The Muchty Festival has… Continue reading

06 August 2010

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At the book sale in Dundee last Saturday we raised £186. The car boot sale at Tayport on Sunday brought in £138 – if it hadn’t rained on us at 1pm we would… Continue reading

23 July 2010

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Kitten season is now in full swing! Sue & Lisa trapped a feral mum and her 4 kittens in Perth this week – it took 3 days with an extra long session until… Continue reading

09 July 2010

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A tiny tabby cat was found in a woodland in Fife. Goodness knows how she got there – perhaps she had set out to buy a new coat as the one she was… Continue reading

02 July 2010

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The 4 kittens & pregnant mum that were rescued from the barn with the bulls are being cared for by new fosterers Julie & Jim from Kinross – they have opened their hearts (and their… Continue reading

23 June 2010

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Sue and helpers did a feral job near Lundin Links this week – they had to move a heap of tyres to rescue 3 kittens aged 5 weeks, which would have perished if left. Vet… Continue reading

15 June 2010

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We opened our Muchty shop on Saturday to coincide with the Muchty Mercat it wasn’t a brilliant day as we only took £49 whilst in the Newburgh shop, which opens every Saturday, we… Continue reading

08 June 2010

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Sue and Lisa gave the Cowdenbeath car boot sale a try last Thursday – they raised £85 and will give it another go on another dry Thursday. Despite the weather being so unreliable,… Continue reading

28 May 2010

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After the promise of good weather Tayport car boot sale ended up being a washout with torrential rain! Sue had already loaded the van up and got as far as the Dundee road… Continue reading

21 May 2010

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There is a happy ending to the story of the stray cat in Gauldry – his owner was found after he was scanned for a microchip. If your cat is not microchipped it… Continue reading