Oh, so you're just mad I called them "feral" then, right? That word upsets you. "They're not feral!" you're shouting in your room to nobody in particular. You anger is welling up, you want to tell me I'm wrong, but maybe deep down you know I'm right.>But they're not "feral", they're just... They're o-outdoor cats....
So nobody feeds them, takes them to the vet, or keeps them in their home? The problem here is that there is no such thing as an "outdoor" cat. There are cats, kept inside an owner's home, and feral cats. "outdoor cat" is a cope, a made up term by toxobrained catfags who think cats belong outdoors for some stupid reason. Reasons I have literally just shown you are insane and ecologically dangerous.
Let me ask you this: say I considered myself the owner of an "outdoor dog". I own a dog, but I don't feed him or take him to the vet, I just let him roam the neighborhood and eat random cats and squirrels. That's fine, right? I mean, wolves and coyotes are native to my state. So what's one more "dog" going to harm anything? Do you believe in this new, made up definition of "outdoor dog"? No, of course not. Because it's stupid. Suddenly you're starting to understand the point I'm trying to make. Or, maybe the toxo-parasites in your brain are working overtime to rationalize all this.
To everyone else, hopefully not fully infested in the brain with toxoplasmosis, I hope I'm starting to open your eyes a little. This is the path your walking down. Stop while you can, realize that cats ARE a pest if left to their own devices. It isn't cute, it isn't funny, it isn't "natural" to introduce predators where they don't belong.