Cats In Our Care

Update:These cats are NOT YET AVAILABLE for homing.
However, if one of them steals your heart, then feel free to inform us of your interest.



On 19 April 2019, Mowgli was admitted into foster along with his two sisters, Isla and Nala. Their owner’s personal circumstances had changed and needed to find loving homes for all three. Isla and Nala were quickly rehomed but Mowgli had been living in the back garden, refusing to be handled and his owner firmly believed he was feral.
On admission it quickly became apparent that Mowgli wasn’t feral, he was scared and clearly something had happened to this lad but there wasn’t an ounce of aggression in him. He simply needed to learn to trust again.
We only have one photograph of Mowgli on admission and you can probably see the look of uncertainty in his eyes.
We took the decision over the weekend to move Mowgli into a cat pen, a smaller space where he couldn’t hide and well, just look at the difference in Mowgli in just 24 hours. He’s having lots of fuss and cuddles with Lyn and we are just delighted with how he has responded to being with us at MK Cat Rescue and allowing us to gain his trust.
He’s off to be vaccinated next week and if he continues to make such amazing progress, he’ll be looking for a quiet home to call his own very soon.


Hammy is about 3 years of age and was trapped by us on Saturday, 18 May 2019 as he was living in some shrubs close to a healthcare centre in Westcroft. We made contact with his owner (he was chipped and neutered) but sadly it was felt it was better that he was found a loving new home as he kept wandering off, unhappy it seems with the other cats in the house. This cheeky chap is being vet checked and no surprise already has someone interested in adopting him.



Sometimes it takes a very brave owner to accept that you can’t give your cat what they need. Vera’s owners personal circumstances have changed significantly meaning she needs to reduce the number of cats that she owns. Vera was admitted into foster on Monday and is settling in well. We will get her vet checked and all being well find her a loving new home very soon.



We are currently holding a short waiting list for people wanting kittens.

If you would like to register your interest in adopting a kitten or younger cat please contact us ( or 07741 510 799).
We are also interested in potential owners for older cats. All our cats are thoroughly vet checked before being declared fit for homing including senior cats.