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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

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Sue returned to the farm near Perth after a break from it whn she was busy with other things – she managed to catch a black kitten she had been after for a… Continue reading

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Sue thanks Sarah Walder for her donation towards our vet bills. This came in very handy last weekend as one of Sue’s permanent boarders, Midnight (AKA Foxy), was hit by a car. He… Continue reading

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Sue thanks Mark Allan, who flew over from America for his mother Etta’s funeral, for the collection of money which was kindly donated to Whinnybank. Sue also thanks the blacksmiths near Dunbog who… Continue reading

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Sadly Sue lost Maggie, the last of her 3 dogs, last week – it is the first time in her life that Sue has been without a dog. Sue spotted Maggie as a… Continue reading

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Some of you may remember Sue rescuing a kitten a year ago from Cluny Clays – she was a tiny wee soul & close to death, so cold that she was shaking all… Continue reading

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Sue has a few trapping jobs on the go just now – all her traps are currently in use! She completed a job at Stenton this week, trapping a semi-feral mum & her… Continue reading

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The feral colony job re the cats & kittens at a farm near Perth is far from finished but is going well – some have already been homed & others are in foster… Continue reading

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The six remaining litters of kittens born at Whinnybank are now at the stage of eating solid food so it is time to bring them into the hustle & bustle of the house… Continue reading

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Due to a few horrible people shoplifting in our shops we have sadly had no choice but to install CCTV – unless you are a shoplifter, please don’t take it personally. Isabel, who… Continue reading

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This week we are worried about 3 elderly cats in our care just now as we quite simply do not have the time to give them all the love they need & deserve.… Continue reading

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Following on from our news last week re the feral females from the farm near Perth – we now have 7 litters of kittens! People have been so kind & have stepped forward… Continue reading

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Sue has been busy with the ferals on the farm near Perth – there are about 15 cats in total, 2 males & the rest all pregnant females! She has caught 8 females… Continue reading

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Sue continues to work on the feral job at a farm near Perth – last Wednesday (thanks to Helen, Ann-Marie & Charlotte covering the ‘Muchty shop) she has so far managed to trap… Continue reading