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Thankfully the cat flu breakout at Whinnybank is easing – the adults are recovering well but the feral kittens are still affected, a shame as they hate having the eye cream they need.… Continue reading

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Sadly, due to cat flu, Whinnybank has had to close its door for a while. The Sanctuary is overloaded at this time of year & the warn wet weather has not helped. Our… Continue reading

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The 5 feral kittens & their mum that Sue caught in Thornton have been found a lovely home – a lady called from East Wemyss & offered to take the whole lot! Her… Continue reading

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An update on ferals – the 5 kittens from Thornton are taming up nicely & will hopefully be ready to be homed soon, their lovely 18 month old mum, June, is ready to… Continue reading

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Sue knows it is always a very sad time when any pet owner loses a beloved pet so she would like to specially thank Whinnybank supporters who leave their precious pet’s belongings at… Continue reading

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Sue was called out to Kennoway this week by CPL to 3 semi-feral cats – a mum & 2 teenagers, both heavily pregnant! She managed to catch them all in an hour with… Continue reading

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Sue went to Thornton last week to trap the mother & kittens that had been spotted there – she was able to just pick up the tortie mum & put her into a… Continue reading

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Auchtermuchty’s street fair on Saturday was moved to the church hall so, despite the bad weather, everyone enjoyed themselves. We had a few new visitors to our shop who said they will return.… Continue reading

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We were all very sad to hear of the passing of our long-term supporter, experienced kitten fosterer & friend Molly, aged 92, from Abernethy. She will be sorely missed & our sympathies go… Continue reading

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Sue was back at Perth recycling centre this week – it is an endless battle as cats are often dumped there. Some of the men are big softies – behind Sue’s back they… Continue reading

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An update on the three 8 month old ferals from Stirling – the 2 boys have gone to stables near Crossgates, where the droughts & many rabbits resulted in the horses being short… Continue reading

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Sue made a return trip to a farm near Stirling this week to continue a feral job which has been ongoing for 2 years. She could not delay going because one of the… Continue reading

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An elderly female grey & white cat wandered into our Newburgh shop on Saturday. She was obviously ‘not right’ so Linda asked passers-by if they knew who she belonged to but on-one knew.… Continue reading

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The last lot of feral cats Sue rescued were unfortunately harbouring cat flu – they are fine but obviously Sue cannot take in or home any cats for the time being. An update… Continue reading

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Many people come & see us when we do our table top sales in Logie’s Lane in St Andrews – the council are doing resurfacing work to that area & have relocated us… Continue reading

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Sue & Steven had great fun this week catching fish, which were no longer wanted, from a pond in Gauldry – they can now live out the rest of their lives happily swimming… Continue reading

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Glen & Pauline, who adopted a timid kitten called Flo from Whinnybank 5 years ago, rang Sue in a panic as she had managed to get through a small home in the kitchen… Continue reading

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Sue started work on a feral job in Dysart 2 weeks ago – a farm was reported to have 9 feral cats to be trapped & removed – there were actually 15 cats… Continue reading

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Sue has 3 new feral jobs to be sorted before too many of the female cats fall pregnant – in Stirling, Dysart & Perth Council recycling area. She has asked the local Cat… Continue reading

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Sue was recently called to a house in a desperate situation where there was a dog, 4 cats & 4 kittens involved. The adult cats were neutered & returned – Sue will keep… Continue reading