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.
We posted Nelson up as a stray cat in early February, he had turned up a few months previously and was living in a wendy house in a lady’s back garden. He was admitted into foster on 28 February 2019. A vet check has confirmed that his eye injury is old and requires no further treatment but our Nelson is rather overweight despite being a stray so he needs to lose some weight before he can be neutered! In the meantime he’s settling into foster well and we’ll get you updated on his progress.
Leo was handed into our care on 18 February 2019 as his owner was about to be made homeless and she wanted to ensure that Leo was looked after. At 6 years of age, Leo is a very friendly and loving boy who has settled well into foster and will be neutered next week. All being well he will then be looking for his forever home.
We’ve called this lad Minstrel, he was successfully trapped and admitted into foster on 23 February 2019 having been fed by a kind and loving lady in West MK. Minstrel is healthy and is eating well etc but he is one withdrawn boy. Despite being microchipped, we’ve been unable to trace his previous owner. But we have been able to get him neutered and provide a warm and loving space for him at Annie’s whilst he adjusts to no longer being a stray of MK.
He now knows that he is loved and despite giving a little hiss, he is content to be stroked and we know with time and love that his trust in us will grow. He must have been in a great deal of discomfort as his fur was so matted it required shaving and he now has a little bald patch running along his back. The good news for this amazing boy is that sometime next week he is being moved to an indoor foster home, there he can take as long or as little as he needs to learn to relax completely in our company and fully appreciate that he is safe and loved. Please send your love to Minstrel so he knows he is so loved.
Tess was admitted into our care on 3 March 2019 and was seen immediately by a vet with a diagnosis of a prolapsed anus requiring pain relief. Following a short stay at the vets to receive treatment for the prolapse, Tess was returned to her foster carers. Today, lovely Tess had her stitches removed and is now able to go about her business with no discomfort. We will monitor Tess closely over the next week or so and all being well she will be ready to find a loving home shortly in the coming few weeks.
We received a report of a young cat that had been hanging around a local takeaway in Galley Hill. It took 2 weeks but we finally managed to trap him and admit into foster in mid November. He needs to see a vet as he has an eye infection, flea infestation and isn’t neutered or chipped. But he’s in safe hands now.
Update: In January 2019 he was neutered and had a few teeth removed but refused to use a litter tray. Several weeks into foster, his tummy had settled, he was receiving steroid treatment for his scabs and he was a loving and very friendly young boy – but we still had an issue – he wouldn’t use the litter tray. After discussions with our vet and senior fosterer we took the decision to move him an indoor foster with laminate flooring. Could being in a pen where other cats were always swinging by to say hello be the cause of his distress and subsequently refusal to use the litter trays. Well we brought Jingles into an indoor foster last week and suffice to say, he’s using the litter tray. He isn’t quite ready for rehoming as we are waiting for his skin to clear-up but big thank you to MK Vets for their support and advise.
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 (email@example.com
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.