Adopt A Cat

We will do our best to ensure that the cat you adopt is the right cat for you, your family and your lifestyle. Below are photographs and descriptions of some of the beautiful cats and kittens in our care who are ready for adoption. Please check our other page Cats in Care as well though. When you have seen a cat or cats that appeal to you contact us, and we’ll take you through the process.

All cats we put up for adoption are vaccinated, chipped, neutered (if old enough), and have received a full vet check.

We ask for an adoption fee of £65 to help cover our costs.


Minstrel is our neutered 4yr old boy. He has been a stray for around 2yrs but came into Foster care looking for lots of love and fuss. He had a few trust issues to start but his confidence has grown with the more love he gets. Minstrel has a few medical issues due to being hit by a car at some point but nothing that needs any medication or further treatment.
His ideal home would be within a calm environment with children over 10yrs. He gets on with other cats but not dogs and he would be happy to be an indoor cat. He is microchipped and vaccinated.



Our rather distinctive Tin Tin is a sweet boy who adores his head being scratched and loves cuddles – like any cat when he wants them.
Tin Tin is a senior cat at approximately 14 years of age and has received dental treatment whilst in our care. Whilst he is bow legged, x-rays confirm no issues, but he does have mild arthritis so on adoption we will pay for his ongoing pain relief for this condition. We haven’t had the opportunity to assess Tin Tin with other cats or dogs, so would recommend a new home where he is the only cat where he can enjoy his retirement in comfort. He is chipped, neutered and vaccinated.


Tin Tin



Having been signed over by his previous owner, at 4 years of age, Leo has now been neutered, vaccinated and chipped. He is quite a large cat so we are looking for a home with no children and an experienced cat owner who will recognise when he’s had enough fuss as he can get over stimulated, but this should settle with time. He is fine with other cats, but please take into consideration that with his size and temperament he will more than likely be the dominant cat in the home. We would have to make sure that any cat in the family is open to being a bit more submissive. We would recommend a home with no children because of his size and current temperament but he will make a great companion as he loves to sit next to you whilst you read or watch telly. Leo is chipped, neutered and vaccinated.





“I have been lucky enough to work with MK Cat Rescue since 2015. The founders have a wealth of experience in caring for homeless cats. The volunteers are a professional, but more importantly caring group of people who do an amazing job in looking after Milton Keynes’ cats.” – Andre Cilliers, Director, Milton Keynes Veterinary Group.