Sandy came to us way back in 2007 after he was found at Kirkcaldy Railway Station having taken himself into the station office plonked himself down on a seat and promptly started shouting for help!
What initially seemed like a straight forward stray or lost cat case very quickly became life threatening for this lovely little fawn ginger boy who had ingested some of the oil from the train carrige and as a result was suffering with severe case of poisoning.
Despite that and all his injuries he fought back and had a further good 1.5 years with us living out what time he had left being spoilt rotten and ruling the roost.
Sadly we never did find his owner despite umpteen searches throughout the country but he was very much loved by us all here at Sunny Harbour Cat Rescue and by his finders within the railway too.
A very comical old boy Sandy was a cat with an answer for everything and you knew if he wasn’t happy by the look on his face! We are sure that he has come back in the guise of little Sammy the kitten who is remarkably like him for his stubborness and tantrums if he doesn’t get his own way!
“play hard at the bridge Sandy boy. You deserve it so so much after all you have been through. We miss you every day and keep you in our hearts forever”