About Us

We have moved!

Please visit our new website >


Our Co-Founders

MK Cat Rescue was launched in May 2015 by Annie, Carole, Claire and Stewart.  All had volunteered in cat welfare for other cat charities but wanted to set up a local cat charity, one where cats always came first and one that would be community based. 

Having established the charity, it became clear very quickly that their experience in handling strays, ferals and knowledge of caring for pregnant and nursing queens was invaluable. 

MK Cat Rescue has rehomed 141 cats and kittens (figure up to 28 April 2017) and has established connections all over the UK helping to rehome senior cats and FIV+ cats with significant success. 

MK Cat Rescue has 39 fabulous volunteers all bring to the team a love of cats and a passion to do what is right for the cat.  Every cat is treated with respect and compassion.  Every penny goes back to the cats

MK Cat Rescue is a group of volunteers who are passionate about helping cats but who whilst recognise that volunteering can prove challenging want to help in a professional and supportive environment, focusing entirely on the cats in our community and what they need.

Facts About MK Cat Rescue

Never put a healthy cat to sleep unless they have physical or psychological issue or on the advice of a vet.

Average length of stay at MK Cat Rescue is two months before being re-homed

Cats are neutered, micro-chipped, vaccinated, vet checked and treated for flea’s and worms.

We receive no funding from Government and are an independent charity

We raise money to pay for our vet bills and keep all our administrative costs as low as possible.
Our Work

We will make reasonable attempts to find the owner of a stray cat

We will neuter stray cats where no owner has been found

We will rehome stray or unwanted cats

We will provide support and advice on cat welfare

We will respond promptly and in a kind and supportive manner to enquiries to our charity by members of the public.

We will make all efforts to help cats in our community

No comments:

Post a Comment