No not yet, but it seems you have presented me with a problem. If I brought them in to you and they are not adoptable in your opinion, then i will have to release them back. They will always come back to me for more food, trouble is feeding them forever was not my plan. I'm not a feral/stray cat caretaker, I just want to get them fixed and find a home for them, or someone who has experience and can handle a stray cat and care for it without any trouble. Does your shelter have people who bring cats home to socialize them? I cant make them permanent residents. In the future I may be moving, or even possibly dorming at a college, for this reason I cannot keep feeding forever. I have tried to be patient with this situation, and I luckily found a place to get them fixed for free, but my patience are running low trying to get them a permanent home, or shelter who knows how to care for strays and is willing to foster them if they were not quite ready for a household. You already know how much i tried finding them homes already so im not going to explain that. My question is where are the people willing to care for these cats there whole lives? I cant stop feeding them because i'm too attatched, but if I find no place who will take these sweet cats in, I will be forced to trap them all and bring them to a nearby shelter, who will most likely put them all too sleep, even though I took months of my time, all of my allowance, and time to try and socialize them, all to make sure they will be ready for a loving person to take them in. I understand not all cats can adjust to a house, but then I would hope a feral cat caretaker would be able to care for that cat outside, and make sure it would not have to be put down. Would your shelter take the time to try and find them homes? I understand if they were aggressive, very sick, or severely depressed they are unadoptable, but then would you have a backup plan (not very sick cats I understand) for that particular cat, like a foster parent who would try and socialize that cat, or make it an Outdoor-only cat? I'm just trying to think of all possible solutions because putting to sleep is the last thought on my mind, since I have tried so much and dont want to give up and put them all to sleep.