As long as they don't give everyone open season permission, I am okay with it. It is when everyone untrained goes out and does it cruelly, that is when I have a huge problem with it. Kcftlaud, I think your version of a feral cat and mine are different. When I refer to ferals, I am talking about those that will rip your head off ( lol) when you try to touch them. These are the one that are wild, they have no contact with humans whatsoever. The ones that are a little skittish and come around after time, are what I call strays, I work with them a lot and have a good success rate. The actual ferals in feral cat colonies I have zero luck with when they reach a certain age. They are not adoptable at all. Those are the ones that land you in the ER to get antibiotic shots in the rump when they bite you, lol. And yes, unfortunately for me I know this firsthand, lol.