Gone But Not Forgotten

This page is dedicated to any of our beautiful kitties, who sadly did not leave our care, and made their trip over the Rainbow Bridge.


On 15 May 2018, we received a report of a cat in need of help in North MK.  Not chipped and no reply to a paper collar that remained on for over 24 hours, we took the decision to admit Domino into foster.  Domino had a unusually large belly, was dehydrated, skinny and had signs of flea infestation.  A vet checked confirmed fluid in the stomach that meant Domino remained in our care as palliative until passing away on Monday, 18 June 2018.  Domino was a friendly and vocal cat, who we know will be head-bobbing and purring over the rainbow bridge.   A big thank you to Annie, Carole and Sally who all helped ensure Domino received lots of love and TLC in the last few weeks. 




We are extremely saddened to announce that our beautiful girl Bella, made her trip over the Rainbow Bridge on Thursday evening.

Bella came into our care in the summer, having been found by the side of the road in North MK by Annie and Claire following a fundraising event. It was pouring with rain and Bella was just laying partly under a shrub, but getting soaked. They called Stewart out who managed to trap her the same day. She was rather grumpy and we soon realised why – her mouth was in a bad state and it was very sore. Bella received lots of veterinary care whilst she was with us and was originally under the care of Annie. She was diagnosed with severe gingivitis and was also a cat flu carrier. Sadly, the vets identified shortly after admission that she also had other on-going medical conditions and required ongoing steroid injections and antibiotics. We moved Bella under the guardianship of Carole who has cared for her since.

Sadly having lost some weight over the last week a vet check found a tumour in her throat and due to Bella’s age and condition, it was clear, the right decision for Bella was to ensure she didn’t have any unnecessary pain, and Carole made the decision to have her put to sleep.

Bella made a huge impact on the volunteers, she was such a loving and caring girl, who just took everything in her stride and would never fail to put a smile on your face with her beautiful purr.

She will be incredibly missed by all of us. But we are taking comfort in the fact that she was extremely loved in her final months. We would like to say a massive thank you to Carole, who has been her palliative foster and helped make her time in care pure joy for her.

We are always looking for palliative fosterers, who are able to provide comfort and care for elderly cats who cannot be treated indefinitely, and be their angels at a time they need us the most. It is an incredibly rewarding thing to do, if you would be interested in this, please contact us.

Run free beautiful girl 




Sooty came into our care in August 2017, after her owner was moving and sadly was not allowed to take her.

At the good age of 15, Sooty appeared to be a happy and healthy girl. Having been vet checked, she settled into foster care and enjoyed lots of lovely cuddles.

Sadly, not long after Sooty was given the all clear for rehoming, she suddenly began to deteriorate and following a series of tests and vet appointments, it was confirmed that she had been diagnosed with liver cancer.

Sooty made her trip over the Rainbow Bridge in September 2017.






This lovely lady came into our care in mid June, after her owners had taken her to the vets to be pts. However, we knew there was a slight chance that she could still recover, despite the fact she was severely underweight and in a terrible condition.

Luckily our angel, Angela, agreed to take Queenie on and provide a loving home for her in her final few weeks. Sadly, despite making amazing progress, Queenie suddenly deteriorated and made her trip over the Rainbow Bridge on 8th July 2017.

RIP wonderful lady, you will be dearly missed xxx


Teddy was admitted into our care having been found in Crownhill wandering around trying to get into someone’s home. Not chipped but with an obvious collar mark round his neck, he was admitted in the hope that someone would claim him. Sadly that didn’t happen, and Teddy needed to see a vet very quickly.
He required several teeth extractions and was diagnosed as hyperthyroid. After several weeks in foster and despite being approximately 14 years of age and FIV+ he healed nicely from his dental and was rehomed just 6 weeks after his admission into our care.
Sadly, in May 2017 Teddy decided it was his time to pass on, and he made his journey over the Rainbow Bridge. (RIP XX)

This beautiful boy came into our care as he was struggling to adapt following a house move and a new addition to the family.

He was over 10 years of age and had the sweetest temperament.  Dennis was vet checked on admission and discovered to have multiple issues, he was deaf, suffered from hyperthroydism and needed to put on weight so we can could get teeth removed.
Sadly whilst in our care, Dennis deteriorated over the weekend of 1 April 2017.
RIP our beautiful boy x




On 5th January 2017 we lost one of our former foster cats. He was a celebrity in his own right as he had his own blog that followed his journey following admission right through to when he was adopted by Lyn and Barry. We all witnessed the three of them forming into a family unit and were delighted when as his fosterer’s Lyn and Barry told us that they couldn’t let him go…he was their family.


Puss Puss at the end of his life was loved very much by Lyn and Barry and we loved hearing his stories of playing late at night with his favourite toys and how he nicked Barry’s favourite chair and called it his own. Rest in peace beautiful boy and thank you for coming into our lives.

This sweet girl came into care in December 2016, she was absolutely tiny and was in a really bad state.
Little Mae was incredibly loving, and touched the hearts of our volunteers and her fosterer. Sadly, she decided it was her time to leave this world and passed away in our care in January this year.
RIP our sweet girl xx
Pilchard had been living in a lady’s back garden for most of the summer and i
n the interim had clearly deteriorated as you can see by the condition of the fur in this picture.  Pilchard was described to us as completely deaf, partially sighted and no one could get close enough to help.
Luckily, Pilchard was brought into foster care and we were hoping she would make a full recovery. However, following a visit to the vets, we came to the very tough decision for her to be put to sleep. Sadly, Pilchard was in a lot of pain and this was not a

easy or quick decision.

Rest peacefully beautiful girl xxx