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.

Lovely Ada is 2-3 years old, and came into our care a few weeks ago, having been reported to us as a stray

After being given a good bill of health from the vets, she is now reserved and will be going to her forever home soon.



Meet Beverley, she is 10 years old and was admitted on Friday afternoon as an emergency having been reported to us as a stray.

She is chipped but details are out of date for her current owner. She’s been living as a stray for a few months and when Annie went out yesterday she knew immediately something was wrong with Beverley’s ears. A vet check has confirmed she has cancer and requires surgery.

Ear cancer is sadly common in white cats but we are now having to ask for help to pay for her treatment. The surgery will cost between £300-£350 and any money raised will go towards paying her vet bill. If you would like to make a donation towards Beverley’s operation, you can do so via the donate button on our page.

Thank you


UPDATE: 04/03/18 – Our lovely Bev is doing really well post op, she is recovering well and the vets are confident the cancer has gone. A friend of her fosterer came to visit, and absolutely fell in love! Beverley is now reserved pending a home visit. She will be ready to go once the vets officially sign her off as fit for homing.

                                Prior to admission



7 days post op



Bear came into our care this week, after being handed into Vets4Pets Bletchley as a stray. He wasn’t chipped or neutered.

Having been neutered by the vets, he is now settling into foster care and enjoying a warm and comfy environment!

We are hopeful this beautiful boy will be ready for rehoming very soon.



Derek came into our care, via Milton Keynes Veterinary Group, as he had reportedly been living as an entire tom for 10+ years and he was very unwell.

Derek is now settling into a lovely indoor foster home, whilst he receives treatment. He is approx 12 years old, and has missed many years of love and fuss.

He is a really lovely boy, who just wants cuddles. He continues to received daily medication in an attempt to stablise his health condition and we remain in close contact with the vets as to his progress.

UPDATE: 16/03/18 – Derek’s previous thyroid blood test showed he was at the high end of normal with a reading of 55, the good news is he is now showing a reading of 32! This is a significant improvement. Derek has also gained half a kilo in weight since his last blood test, and in the last 36 hours there have been improvements with his diarrhoea. If this progress continues, the vets are happy to neuter Derek next week! This is absolutely fabulous news for our boy.

 This loveable lad came into our care after being reported to us by a local vets.
He is FIV+, and has been in the wars, he has a severe gum infection that we need to get under control before he has a full extraction of his remaining teeth.  He is very poorly and we are doing all we can to help him.  He is a loving lad so we are all rooting for him.
                December 2017
                February 2018

Pongo came into our care a few months ago, after being found as a stray.  He has been diagnosed as hyperthyroid and we are doing our best to stablise his condition.  He remains under the vets and is having regular blood tests.

UPDATE: 16/03/18: Pongo has now had his chip and dental work done. His thyroid levels have come down and are looking good. He is due back at the vets next Friday where they will do his first vaccination. This means our lovely boy can then go up for rehoming! Wooooop.


November 2017


                              December 2017
                                  February 2018

Barnie came into our care late last year, having lived as a stray for quite some time.

He has now been neutered, and had all of his teeth removed as they were in a really bad condition. Barnie requires some more TLC and treatment before he will be ready for rehoming.

November 2017



December 2017


                      February 2018



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.