Category Archive: News

Whinnybank News

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An update on the 14 month old pregnant female tabby who was dumped near Gauldry in March – we called her Tabatha & Sue kept her in her bedroom for a few weeks.… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Sue finished off the feral trapping job in Dunfermline this week when she trapped the last cat – it took a total of 4 trips to capture 11 cats. She came home with… Continue reading

Larry

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larry is looking for a new home he is a 18 month old black male very friendly but not that kin on other cats so best to be the only cat more info… Continue reading

PORRIDGE

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PORRIDGE is looking for a home an 18 months old fluffy ginger male more info to come plus photo

Whinnybank News

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Sue homed 2 tabbies on the outskirts of Dunfermline last October, after not hearing from the owner for 2 weeks she phoned the owner to be told that the female had escaped. Sue… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Sue homed Bean, an 8 year old boy, to a home in Cupar last week along with 15 year old Tiger – Tiger settled in quickly but Bean was on a mission to… Continue reading

WHINNYBANK NEWS

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With Sue’s transit van off the road, Lisa & her Dad helped to bring urgent supplies up from the cash & carry in Edinburgh – thanks. We badly needed cat litter – these… Continue reading

WHINNYBANK NEWS

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This time last year Sue was very poorly & everyone was running around caring for the cats for her – luckily she got away with a milder virus this year. Then there was… Continue reading

WHINNYBANK CAT SANCTUARY NEWS

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We often get stray cats coming into Whinnybank so we thought we should spread the word as we often cannot find the owners. This week we have had 2 strays come in –… Continue reading

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary News 19 Nov 2013

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Sue is busy picking up cats (lots of strays are coming into the Sanctuary), dealing with feral cats & running around all over the place as per usual! The late kitten season doesn’t… Continue reading

05 November 2013

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Sue re-homed 5 cats at the weekend – she is very pleased as the colder weather is coming in. Apologies for the lack of eggs in our shops – free range hens stop… Continue reading

29 October 2013

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Sue wishes to thank everyone for remembering her birthday, and for the lovely cards. This weekend’s fundraising plans were scuppered by the weather, so we are hoping for better weather next weekend! A… Continue reading

22 October 2013

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Whinnybank was saddened by the loss of a great favourite – Norton – a kitten found under 5 feet of cattle dung 5 years ago. He was lost to leukemia, and will be… Continue reading

02 October 2013

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An elderly cat was left on the table in the barn at Whinnybank with a note in her carrier asking us to find her a home. Zoe is 16 years old, long-haired grey… Continue reading

17 September 2013

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A heavily pregnant cat from Auchtermuchty, who was never claimed, gave birth to 4 kittens a week after coming into the Sanctuary. Thanks go to kitten fosterer Kate for giving up a night’s… Continue reading

04 September 2013

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The Dunfermline feral family seems to have disappeared but, because they were on a country lane, the mum may have moved the kittens to be safe from predators. A few people are watching… Continue reading

28 August 2013

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Ever since Sue said that she was going to retire from domestic cat work the calls for feral work have increased massively – so much for semi-retirement! So far, there are 22 kittens… Continue reading

22 August 2013

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Whinnybank is bursting at the seams with cats – September brings hope for new homes after the holiday season. Fruit wanted – we are hoping that September will bring plums, although there is… Continue reading

13 August 2013

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Auchtermuchty festival was quieter this year so we didn’t do so well as previous years. Many thanks to all the faithful people who helped out. Digger, a lovely young white cat at the… Continue reading

06 August 2013

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It has come to our attention that there is a rumour that Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary & our fundraising shops may be closing – Sue wishes everyone to know that she is only semi-retiring… Continue reading