Category Archive: News

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Sue is sadly feeling her age but she doesn’t plan to retire from giving a home to the many feral, elderly & problem cats as Whinnybank has the perfect accommodation for these unwanted… Continue reading

IMPORTANT NOTICE

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Please when phoning for help to rescue a cat or cats or kittens  please when you leave a message leave your phone number we have had two calls yesterday for help with no… Continue reading

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

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Our volunteers are valuable resources so we do ask that if you wish them to spend time on finding a new home for your cat(s) that do not come into the sanctuary and… 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

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Sue has been asked to remove feral cats from a farm near Perth – there are 12+ cats, none neutered, and on inspecting the job she saw pregnant cats too. The farm is… Continue reading

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This week Sue managed to trap three 4 month old black feral kittens in Bay Road, Wormit – and she already has a home for them on a farm! The mum cat has… Continue reading

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Many thanks go to Maureen Smith’s family for their kind donation of a lovely Easter Hamper in Maureen’s memory – Anne Marie of Auchtermuchty was delighted to win it. Maureen always particularly enjoyed… Continue reading

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This week we received the sad news that Marjorie Edgar of Kingskettle, a loyal long-term supporter of Whinnybank, passed away. She will be sorely missed, our thoughts are with her daughter Gillian. It… Continue reading

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It has now been 5 weeks since Sue had her operation – she is feeling very well & itching to do things such as feral trapping but she is being good & still… Continue reading

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Mary Kinninmonth, who used to work in our Auchtermuchty shop, sadly passed away last Saturday. She was a real cat lady & had been caring for a stray who id now being cared… Continue reading

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About 4 months ago a litter of four 7-week old kittens were rescued from a greenhouse in Cluny Clays – they were not socialised & quite timid but we managed to happily home… Continue reading