Saturday, 22 October 2016

Kittens are go

Well done to Stewart for successfully trapping these kittens today. There sex is unknown at the moment, but you do the math if left living in a shed not neutered....well say you have two females and one male they have the potential to produce how many kittens :-/

We keep it real here at MK Cat Rescue and kittens and female cats that aren't neutered will always be a priority.

We can't do what we do without the support of so many but some of our supporters are true friends, so thank you Sarah Snooks, Rachel Webb and Fiona Nicholson for their continued support to our charity with donations of food. With a recent vet bill that has made our hearts sink we couldn't operate without your support. Please remember yes we are all volunteers, but we receive no national funding we rely 100% on money that we raise.

Friday, 21 October 2016

Back in the summer we were contacted by a lovely lady called Barbara. She was distraught but had no choice but had to rehome her two lovely cats Topsy and Turvey. 

Through our direct rehome scheme we advertised them on her behalf and a few weeks later they stole the heart of a lady called Rose. Topsy and Turvey have new names but its lovely to see that they have settled so well!

If you love what we do please support us by helping us reach our target on our crowdfunding page - we want to carry on helping as many cats as we can in the winter! 


Friday, 14 October 2016


A report of mum and 2 kittens in Fishermead on Monday and a rescue of mum and 5 kittens last night. All found under sheds in Milton Keynes. Simple message really isn't it..........

Monday, 10 October 2016

Thank You

When we asked yesterday for help with getting some lino for our new cat pen we had no idea that someone sharing our post would mean that today we took delivery of some lino from Ross at Westbury Carpets in MK ( Lyn is chuffed to pieces.
Thank you Ross and Westbury Carpets for your generosity.

Saturday, 8 October 2016

Thank you to everyone who came along to our quiz night last night, Annie did a fantastic job as quiz master and with the raffle!

We raised a lovely £211!! Not too bad for an evenings work! Hope everyone enjoyed it as much as we did. 

We cannot thank our supporters enough, as you make everything we do possible.

Friday, 7 October 2016

Rocky (now Ronnie)'s Happy Ending

We've just received the following update from Rocky's new mummy, he has also has a new name, Ronnie! He definitely got the happy ending, that he truly deserved.

'Just a short update. All is well and you were right when you said he would find his feet quickly. Ronnie is an absolutely joy. Sleeping in the sun at the moment beside me at the laptop, stretched out all over my paperwork! Libby and Mike popped over yesterday to welcome him as you can see. He is eating well, no problems with the litter tray, sleeping well - on my bed I am ashamed to say! I held him tightly while we had a short once around the garden this morning although I have the feeling that he may be more of a house cat, interested but not greatly impressed with the outside. I popped up the road this morning to the market, and had a lovely welcome on my return, he loves his 'nose bumps'. I've never known such an affectionate pussy cat. So thank you Annie for bringing Ronnie into my life.
Most Sincerely, Sue'

October is off to a good start

October has started off as an amazing month, as we've seen four wonderful pussycats go to their forever homes over the past few days. 

Sid and Penny, who originally came in separately as strays, fell in love in foster care and have been rehomed together. 

Meowth, Penny's grandson has also found happiness with his new family. 

And last but not least, Rocky went to his forever home with his new mummy today. 

Seeing their happy endings, makes all of the work we do worthwhile, and it's the best feeling in the world. Good luck in your new homes kitties❤️