Category Archive: News

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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

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Good news – the 17 year old cat that Sue had named Socks has gone to a perfect new home with two lovely elderly ladies. They have a history of taking on our… Continue reading

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Pearl, the cat with the collar injury who was homed last week, has now had another operation to fix her wound. We are very pleased to report that she is very happy with… Continue reading

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You may remember that a cat came in with her 2 kittens last September & she had her collar around her ribcage which had caused an injury under her armpit. Three attempts at… Continue reading

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Sue was poorly with a terrible cough & cold all through Christmas & New Year so she had to put off her planned visit to her family in Hampshire until now. Her brother… Continue reading

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We can’t believe that another year of rescuing and re-homing feral & domestic cats & kittens is nearly over! It has been a good year for re-homing & we would like to thank… Continue reading

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The last cat & kittens from a farm on the outskirts of Leslie have not been seen for a while but Sue will continue to search for them as they need to be… Continue reading

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Sue received calls from 2 different people in the same street in Dunfermline reporting a cat & kittens spotted in a garden. Being a 2 hour journey there & back, Sue was very… Continue reading

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A cat in very poor condition had been spotted over 3 days behind Poundstretchers in Cupar this week – Sue thought it may belong to a couple whose cat was missing so she… Continue reading

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Sue has caught the domestic mum & 4 feral kittens reported under a shed in Methil last week – it only took her 2 hours to catch them all as the people had… Continue reading

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An update on the mum & kittens found in a garden in Leven – the final kitten, a female tortie, was caught the next day & the peach/ginger boy turned out to be… Continue reading

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Tuesday is always ops day with our Newburgh vet Claire Poole so Sue spends Mondays gathering up feral cats needing neutered. This Monday Sue dealt with a call from the SSPCA who had… Continue reading

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Sue looks forward to this time of year when the number of telephone calls she receives daily (mainly people asking her to find new homes for their cats) drops from up to 20… Continue reading

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Sue had a 5am start & a long day fundraising at a car boot sale on Sunday – she had not been back long when she had a call to say some donations… Continue reading

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Sue says she is sorry there is not much news this week but she is still trying to round up the feral cats before the weather gets worse. She needs £50 worth of… Continue reading