During this month celebrating awareness to spay and neuter dogs and cats, many important points should be discussed. One of those is the trap/release program for stray cats.
Think for a moment that cats can have a litter of 5 to 7 kittens at least 3 times a year. With that fact alone; the deaths among cats for the sheer lack of finding homes for them all is a monumental task. This is where the trap /release for stray cats saves lives.
Talk to your local shelter and get all the details they can give you to help save lives by spaying and neutering a stray cat this month. I even neutered a wild cat about 4 years ago.
Tripper is now domesticated and is my kitty, but not so long ago he was as wild as they come. He was a stray kitten that wandered on my property and he wanted food. When I put food down he attacked my hand. Growling, hissing and swatting of the paws occurred too.
With some effort I got him in a carrier and took him to be neutered. This action helped prevent him from procreating and saved many kittens from being born into death.