We're managed by 6 cats, all rescues - in order from first to most recent: Lazlo, Sheldon (Shelly), Spooky (not spooked by much anymore, lol!), Tuxedo (almost lost his life twice to an autoimmune disease - he's doing GREAT!!), Flowerbelle (one eye and deaf), and Ming Loy (handicapped - she looks like a drunk with Parkinsons, always shaking and her back legs don't work very well - she doesn't get far without falling down and can't jump, but it doesn't bring her down!!!)
I suspect we're about to inherit anywhere from 3 to 5 outdoor kitties. The woman down at the end of our road (we're on a dead end) rescued cats for a while, and they're moving. She's got six indoor kitties and cares for five outdoor kitties - three of which are still quite feral. She wants to take them all with her when they move to North Carolina, but if she can't trap them all in time, she's going to let us know so we can start putting out food and build a winter shelter for them.
We haven't used our property for TNRd ferals because we've got a 650 lb bear and cub living up the hill. Even just the bird food attracts the bear in Winter (and in summer it doesn't help that we've got berry bushes EVERYWHERE on this property). We're not quite sure how we'll manage the process if she leaves any kitties behind, but we'll figure something bear-proof out for them.