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 pages Cats in Care and Direct Re-Homing as well though. When you have seen a cat or cats that appeal to you contact us, and we’ll talk 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 £55 for adult cats to help cover our costs, and £60 for kittens under a year old.




We are currently on the lookout for feral/outdoor homes for two lovely cats in our care.

Bryn and Shay came into our care separately, having been reported to us as strays. Despite being neutered, they are sadly not interested in human interaction, and are making it clear to us what type of home they would like.

If you have or know of anyone with a farm/stable yard environment, and would be interested in providing a base for our ferals. Please contact us at




Our beautiful Tiggy is approx 14 years old, and is now ready to find her forever home!

Tiggy is such a sweetheart, with a really gentle nature. She’s an older lady, who likes spending her day snoozing, relaxing and enjoying lap cuddles. Tiggy is very affectionate and has a lot of love to give.

She is looking for a home either where she can be the only cat or live with another calm older cat. Tiggy can live with teenagers aged 14 and over, as she really does enjoy her peace and quiet!

Tiggy has been given a good bill of health from the vets, all she needs now is a loving forever home. If you are interested in Tiggy, please contact us at




Lovely Lily is approx 5-6 years old and ready to find her forever home.

Lily is a sweet and affectionate girl, who loves a lap cuddle. She likes to chill out, relax and enjoy some fuss. She can be a little shy when she first meets you, but once she has sussed you out, she’s very loving.

Lily is looking for a home where she can be the only pet. She can live with children of any age, but they will need to be aware of how to behave round animals. Lily is neutered, vaccinated, chipped and up to date with flea and worm treatment.

Could you give Lily a loving forever home? Please contact us at





Despite a lot of hard work and trust building from her fosterer, we are struggling to find a suitable home for Jessie. We believe she may have been mishandled as a kitten that has left its mark on this sweet girl. Jessie struggles to control her biting tendencies and whilst she may show signs prior to doing so, she doesn’t always. This is making it quite a challenge for us to find her the right home.

With that in mind, we are now looking to spin things around a little. Do you have a home with a large garden, stables or farm where Jessie can live indoors but be given the space she needs.

At 19 months old, this little girl needs an owner with a big heart, lots of understanding and is able to respect Jessie for who she is and what she needs. Is that you?

Jessie has the biggest heart and is a sweet girl, please contact us if you can give Jessie the home that she needs and deserves. Email:

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Our cheeky little lad Sheldon, is approx 7-8 months old, and is ready to find his forever home.

Sheldon came into our care at the start of the year, and was a very nervous boy, who had not had any human contact before. Since then, he has absolutely blossomed, thanks to a lot of hard work from his fosterer.

Once he knows you, he is really loving and enjoys a fuss. He still isn’t keen on being picked up, but does enjoy a cuddle. Sheldon is a really active boy, and loves to play!

Sheldon can live with children aged 5 and over, and can live with other cats or calm dogs. He is neutered, vaccinated, chipped and up to date with flea and worm treatment.

If you think Sheldon would be the perfect fit for you, please email us at






Also view our cats for direct re-homing >


“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.