Cats In Our Care

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.
KIA
Everyone say hello Kia, a little kitten was handed into Vets Now and who was rather poorly with cat flu. Kia has now finished her treatment but is still recovering from being so unwell. She isn’t ready for rehoming just yet but is a very welcome additional to our foster cat family at Carole’s where she will receive lots of TLC.
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ROLAND, ODETTA, EDDIE AND SUSANNAH
We’d like everyone to say hello to our 7 week old kittens Roland (fluffy one) Odetta (black) and Eddie and Susannah (black and white). Probably the most challenging of rescues this year for Stewart, I think its fair to say. Originally reported close to a unit in Bletchley but mum kept moving the kittens and for several weeks one kitten would be spotted with mum then nothing. Stewart eventually discovered mum was being fed elsewhere and within a week he’d successfully trapped mum and her four kittens. Mum is very nervous but can be stroked so she’s being left to care for her kittens…but just look at these little ones. Not ready for viewing or rehoming as still nervous so will be moved to an indoor foster as soon as space is available to help socialise them.
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RITCHIE
This 10 year old gentleman came into our care via Midsummer Vets.  He had been admitted as a stray and required treatment for fleas and had a dental.  Following a follow-up visit to the vets, Ritchie may well need some further dental work, but is adjusting to being in foster very well. He’s settling in rather well and has found a comfy spot on the sofa!
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ERNIE
Everyone say hello to Ernie – a rather senior gentleman, who found himself being brought into a local vet. With no one claiming him, he’s come into foster with Sally for some TLC. Bloods have shown early signs of kidney failure but Ernie is on a specialist diet and we will regularly check those bloods going forward.
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BARNEY
Our latest addition is the rather solemn Barney. This chap was living in a cat shelter in someone’s front garden but sadly the lady cannot carry on caring for him due to her own ill health. Barney has been admitted, neutered and transferred to Angela for a bit of time out and TLC. We’re sure he cheer up soon as he realises that he’s going to be spoilt rotten
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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 (mkcatrescue@gmail.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.