A fundraiser has been set up to help house a homeless cat which has become famous on the coastal path between Largs and Fairlie.

Nicknamed Marina, the tortoiseshell cat has become a feline star on the Largs and Millport News Camera Club pages during the past year.
However, earlier in the summer, her food station area for locals to contribute was vandalised - sparking safety concerns.
Now, as we head towards autumn and winter months, local man nBenny Harris has taken it upon himself to give a home to Marina and has set up a fundraising page to assist with food and vets bills.
Benny said: "I first met Marina the cat at the start of the year whilst using the pathway, I grew fond of her over the next few months and because she was getting looked after by myself and others and had somewhere out the wind and rain on a boat added with the warm weather.
" I left her there but was always worried about her, with winter coming in and people stealing her food donations it was time to act and bring her in to my home where she has adapted well with indoor life and with Gizmo my other cat.
"I am raising £150 to Pay for vets bills to neuter and vaccinate Marina the cat, she was homeless for one year and has now been rehomed with me, she is in perfect health.
"I am raising money to pay for vet bills and the care of a stray cat named Marina, she has been living in Largs Yacht Haven for approximately a year.
"She's very young not much older Id guess.
"I have taken the cat into my home in Fairlie before winter kicks in where she will be well loved by myself and my other cat after months of feeding her and getting to know her.
"I'm going to get her to the vets get her chipped, get her neutered and make sure she is vaccinated. any money left over after the vets bills will go towards spoiling Marina with wet food, dry food and treats.
" I have already gave her flea treatment and worming tablets, she's been with me since September 16 and is settling in really well and is already using the litter tray and loving the creature comforts.
"She was well known by all the locals of Largs and Fairlie and I have set up a Facebook page for them to check on her progress now I have adopted her, check out "Marina -the ex marina cat" on Facebook for more information."
Benny wanted to thank everybody who has cared for Marina over the past year - and added: "She has amazing colours and thankfully she is in amazing condition - thanks to everybody looking after her.
"Locals have rallied round since I set up the fundraiser last Friday with food donations and she;s even had support from south of the border."
To contribute to the fundraiser, go to www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/benny-harris