Some people who live in southeast Albuquerque aren't too happy with the feral cats there.
"It's destructive to property," said Jennifer McKinley. "They, you know, use your yard as a litter box. They walk on cars, I think most of them probably have claws so it scratches your car sometimes. It's just not a good thing."
The City of Albuquerque contracts withStreet Cat Hub.
According to animal welfare, the nonprofit will find the cats and spay or neuter them. Then based on the cat's personality, it will either go up for adoption, go to a working cat program like a local barn, or be released back at the location.