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.


Beautiful Bell is now ready for adoption. At approximately a year old, she is looking for a family to call her own. She isn’t keen on other cats or dogs but loves cuddles and is fine with children. Bell is neutered, vaccinated and chipped.


Mowgli is 3 years of age and is looking for a nice calm and loving home to call his own. He is incredibly friendly and loves a fuss and a cuddle on your lap but he is scared of sudden noises or movement so we are looking for a home where is a calm environment and in an ideal world a secure garden. He has lived with other cats and needs to be brushed due to his gorgeous coat. He is learning to play with his toys and has really found his inner kitten whilst in Lyn’s care. He is microchipped, neutered and vaccinated.



This beautiful boy is approximately 7 months of age and since being in foster his personality has really started to shine, to the point he was renamed from Strabo to Boo Boos!
Boo Boos is looking for a quiet home where he will tend to hide away if things get to busy but he will find you when he fancies a fuss or wants his dinner. Boo Boos is fine with other cats and has been neutered, vaccinated and chipped whilst in foster.


“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.