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Sue has been busy with feral jobs! At the Council yard in Perth 9 cats have been caught & 2 have been returned so far. In Pitlochry a kind gent called Morris, who… Continue reading

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A friend of Sue’s, Lynn Flanders of Wormit, called to say a tortie cat had had 3 kittens in a friend’s greenhouse in Newport. The lady had thought she had been feeding a… Continue reading

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The Auchtermuchty Festival was disappointing as expected – thanks go to Dawn & Martin for keeping our shop open on the Saturday & doing their best. An update on the feral mum &… Continue reading

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Sue’s stolen van sadly never turned up. She cannot manage without a vehicle so she thanks everyone who has donated a total of £1800 towards the purchase of a ‘new’ vehicle, which she… Continue reading

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Sue thanks Martin for climbing down into the 8 foot gorge where the 4 remaining kittens had been seen between the church & church hall in Auchtermuchty. He set the kitten trap &… Continue reading

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Sue thanks everyone for their kindness re her stolen van – asking about it, looking for it, helping to raise funds towards a replacement vehicle, and friends who have offered their cars. There… Continue reading

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Sue had a shock on the morning of Thursday 11th – her van had been stolen out of the yard! Wednesday had been a hot day so she had left the windows half… Continue reading

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Sue would like to thank everyone who has donated lovely items to Whinnybank recently! We have a lovely oak table & 4 chairs in our Newburgh shop donated by Lyn of Wormit; and… Continue reading

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Apologies from Linda for not being able to work in our Newburgh shop over the past week – she had to go to Southampton for the funeral of a much-loved Uncle. She is… Continue reading

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Sue & Lisa started a new feral job this week near Alloa. Sadly, one of this year’s kittens was found dead but there are still 3 of last year’s kittens, mum & dad… Continue reading

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We hope Easter treated you well & that you had a better time than Sue! Violet, who had been threatened with being destroyed by a gamekeeper last year & who Sue was very… Continue reading

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Thanks to Maire for making us more of her lovely cakes – they sell very well! She has taken on the 4 semi-feral kittens Sue picked up in Kirkcaldy, who are now all… Continue reading

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Thanks to everyone who responded so quickly to Sue’s call for cat food from Lidl & Aldi – meow!! Sue did the first Tayport car boot sale of the year last Sunday –… Continue reading

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Sue thanks everyone who has handed in cat food recently. She has found that Kitekat, Whiskas & Felix tins & sachets have not been the same for some time – though the ferals… Continue reading

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Sue’s most recent feral job has had a happy ending – she managed to trap the young female and her pair of 3 month old kittens near Cluny Clays & they are now… Continue reading

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Feral tom cats are usually dormant between November & February but as the females begin to come into season just now the toms are on the hunt for them. Sue will have to… Continue reading

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It’s not long to Valentine’s Day! Linda Naismith has dressed the window in our Newburgh shop with a lovely romantic theme & we have cards & gifts to suit all budgets. Thanks go… Continue reading

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A farmer delivered 3 young ferals to Whinnybank – they were petrified after being transported in an uncovered dog crate in the back of a pickup!! The farmer was obviously kind as the… Continue reading

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One of Sue’s dogs had to be put to rest at the weekend – she had had Barney since he was 10 months old and he lived for 13 years despite being diabetic… Continue reading

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A couple who came to see Flo, a ginger & white 3 year old who had been at Whinnybank since last July, were tempted by Floozie, the tabby in the next pen –… Continue reading