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I grew up in a ranch in Texas many years ago. Feral cats were always a problem. Unfortunately these cats inbreed, creating abnormal behaviors. Too many or not enough toes were common, droopy eyes, serious skin deseases and retardation. When enough people complained about infected scratches and attacks, the Sheriff's Dept. sent deputies with special gear to kill the cats. Hunters think nothing about killing a mountain lion which is far more precious than a feral cat. As long as we have an irresponsible population who are not going to neuter/spay their cats, this will continue. The behavior of feral cats should be observed and train groups to hunt the feral cats in an expidient and humane manner.