No cat ever asked to be a feral, abandoned or a neglected cat; they exist because of a human error made in not getting a pet spayed or neutered and then either losing it, abandoning it, or letting it outdoors where it started a feral colony. It would be unethical to have a cat pay with its life for a human's mistake. TNR (trap-neuter-return) is an ethical solution to the problem of multiplying feral cats. We think it is wonderful when responsible people adopt adult or senior cats from shelters. This gives an animal a home and helps to reduce overcrowding at shelters. We understand that there is a demand for kittens to be domestic pets. We know first-hand that there are many feral kittens rescued from the wild. Those kittens can be cared for and socialized into healthy, affectionate little companions, and be adopted out to loving forever homes who want the joy and the responsibility of caring for them. We think it is wonderful when responsible people adopt rescue kittens, such as those from our Foster Care Program. Such kittens are already here; they already exist; and so we are delighted to be able to connect them to families who want them. There is a demand for barn cats as well, particularly from people who want environmentally friendly rodent control for their acreage, farm, vineyard, or warehouse. We do not want people deliberately creating kittens to carry out barn duties. We are happy to connect sterilized, vaccinated, adult feral cats to suitable barn homes that want them.