Then it turns out that the kittens survive (I wrote about them two days ago). The rescue couple had them delivered to a home for relocating, and paid for their sterilization.
And then we have it going: One can believe that the cats will be placed in three new residential areas, they will jump over fences, they will piss and shit in neighbors’ gardens, both in flower pots and bed as well as in chair cushions set out by the neighbors for relaxation.
One could of course argue that they are sterilized and do not have marking needs. But as we know they will always need food and drink, and when digested the rest must out, most probably in some outdoor location. Mine? Please don’t – there are already enough cats in my area and neighbourhood.