You should give your ferals names! We used to have the black cat (DSH) - now "Shadow,", a really mean DSH Tuxedo (now Attila), a DSH Tuxedo (now Tuxedo!), a ginger DLH (Julius), a Maine Coon stray ("Booger," that we worked with Maine Coon rescue to find her a home, and just last Friday sent her to her furrever home in Portland, Oregon!), two DSH tabbies that we adopted and brought inside (Lazlo and Spooky), another DSH tuxedo that we adopted and brought inside (Sheldon, or Shelly), a DLH grey and white really cutie kitty that is teeny-weeny, thus "Munchkin," that we saved her life, brought her inside, and delivered to her new home Saturday - but her new mum didn't like the way she was interacting with her existing rescue, so took her to her cousin's home Sunday night. They seem to be falling in love with her, so keep your fingers crossed that it works out), a DLH black kitten, now "Magic,", a DSH I don't know - brown and black and tan markings on her face and back, "Thanksgiving," a DSH tortoise shell, "Tortie," a DSH grey and white male, "Moocher," another DSH tuxedo older male, "Trasher," (he was always in the garbage making a mess before we started feeding them), a DSH all grey female "Sweetie," a DSH grey tabby older male, "Fleet," and two other cats that we trapped and had spayed and neutered that we haven't seen since releasing them. One of them was "Mommy," the mom of Sheldon, Lazlo, Spooky, Julius and Tuxedo, which were born right out back of our house, and were the original litter that got us truly involved with these lovely creatures!
We've had all of the cats spayed or neutered, except for Sweetie, who showed up pregnant, stuck around long enough to eat before having her kittens, then disappeared. Over a period of several months, what we suspect to be three of her kittens showed up (we think Munchkin, Thanksgiving and Magic were hers).
Attila was the hardest to trap, and even everyone at the Vets thought he was the meanest cat they'd ever met.
There are great suggestions for feeding stations here - although not apparent from the name of the thread. Take a look at this idea - it is cheap, easy, and should work without being elevated:Feeding Cats or Squirrels