Under certain circumstances yes, we do. We are very aware of the immense suffering abandoned and wild-born domestic cats endure. That said, we have found that the most effective way to apply our funds is to support the spay and neuter of owned animals, with committed caregivers. It is not morally or financially sound to alter animals and release them to fend for themselves without a committed caregiver and a habitat they are welcome in. If you need help with a small number of feral cats in a safe location, and are willing to commit to caring for them throughout their lives, we will assist you. If you are concerned about a large feral population, or feral cats living in a hostile environment, our hotline volunteers can guide you through the available options.