Category Archive: Stories

Whinnybank News

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The 2 cats mentioned in previous news, Mable & Spike (Mable nearly lost her sight) have now been booked to go to a new home together – they are going to a nice… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Two of the 5 cats that had been missing since Bonfire Night have now been reunited with their owners – hopefully the other 3 will turn up eventually. Big thanks go to Linda… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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There are still 5 cats missing from their homes from around Bonfire Night, and we have 4 strays who have come into the Sanctuary since then & who have not been claimed yet.… Continue reading

Whinybank News

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It is heartbreaking when a much-loved cat goes missing so we would like to appeal to people who are feeding ‘strays’ to take them to a vet to check if they are microchipped.… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Sue is pleased that more cats are finding homes just now – Diesel & Buffalo Bill were both happily homed this week. Sue is looking forward to taking a family of 5 ferals… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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We are pleased to report that we have homed a few cats recently – Humphrey (AKA Jasper) finally got a home after 5 month at the Sanctuary; 4 feral kittens went to a… Continue reading

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The black cat that escaped from Sue’s end room turned up at Lisa’s in Newburgh so is now safely back at Sue’s. An outdoor sale had been planned last Saturday but the awful… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Sue is being kept busy with feral work – the feral mum from Glenrothes has now been caught & reunited with her kittens. Big thanks go to Sunny Harbour for their donation of… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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Thanks go to Lynsey Ewan for setting up a new facebook page for us – Whinnybank Sanctuary Thrift Shop – to let people know that we have vintage clothes, and to Lynn from… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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We are pleased to report that Porridge, who had been at the Sanctuary for over 4 months, has now gone to a new home. A very big thank you goes to Lynn Flanders… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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It has been a bad year so far with lots more cats coming in than usual, including more strays as many cats are being dumped. We do wish people would stop getting cats/kittens… Continue reading

Whinnybank News

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A grey female cat came in last week – Sue put her in the shed on her own as she was a lovely sweet cat until she saw other cats when she turned… Continue reading

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Our thoughts are with Jane, who fosters elderly cats for us, she had only had Tommy for 3 months when he had to be put to sleep due to kidney failure. It can… Continue reading

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

Thumbelina

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A tiny tabby cat was found in a woodland in Fife. Goodness knows how she got there – perhaps she had set out to buy a new coat as the one she was… Continue reading

A Fosterer’s blog

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KT

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From Lindas point of view Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary was asked to help at a farm with sick cats and also to get the healthy female neutered, a process which took a few weeks.… Continue reading

Hobbes

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Hello Foster mummy and daddy and nice cat centre lady! I wanted to drop you a line and tell you how happy I am in my new home! My mummy and daddy love… Continue reading

Dougal and Hamish

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Well folks, meet the next generation. The new kittens have arrived and they’ve already taken over the kitchen and our lives. And this is just day 2! Please say a great big “Hello… Continue reading

Layla

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Layla was a semi feral kitten when she came in to the sanctuary, and as you can see in the first photograph, she was very frightened of humans. Our dedicated kitten fosterer, Linda,… Continue reading