My husband and I have rescued 5 feral kittens that were living in the parking lot where he works. They're actually all about 7 mos old now. Two of them were small enough that they've become tame and are spoiled housecats now. The other 3 were a bit older when we caught them and are so wild we can't get near them. The 3 wild ones have been living in our garage for about 3 months now. I rented a cat trap and patiently waited until I could catch them again. So far I've gotten 2 of them spayed...one more to go. The 2 I have in the house are spayed also. It just dawned on me as I was driving home from the vet this afternoon with a groggy "Phantom"....if these 5 females had all been left to run and have kittens, there would have been potentially a hundred or more ferals running around! It really made me feel good knowing we've made a difference. We plan on keeping them all since we have 2 acres and the wild ones can stay outside and stay fat and happy. Just thought I'd share...spay and neuter your pets please, it's so important.