Where i live, around the back, there is an old, unused carpark, that the council shut down years ago, it was underground, and all the exits have been cemented shut with brick walls. except for the main entrance, which has a slope downwards to it and then big metal doors, which are locked, but have a gap underneath. Anyway, since i have lived here (5 years) every few months we will see loads and loads of kittens sitting on the slopey bit going towards to metal gates. we start seeing them when they are literally just wobbling around, so absolutely tiny, and then most of them disapear, and you see less and less sitting there, and eventually after a few months, the kittens that did survive, get pregnant themselves, and the problem happens all over again. I have rang the council about this over and over again and am told they are aware that there is a large feral colony of cats living in that car park, and are going to put it on the system that i have logged another complaint. The rspca come out every now and then and sometimes manage to catch a few of these kittens, but most of them remain down there. The problem is, the foxes, there are a LOT of foxes around here, and i think party they are around here because they know there are constant kittens, and the horrying noises we here at night are distrubing. We see foxes lining up on the wall by the car park entrance, waiting for the cats to come out, and then they chase them and the smallest ones never stand a chance. They are also attacking cats that belong to people too, so everyone is now keeping their cats in at night/all the time. Usually these kitten are incredibly scared of people, even spotting me walking up the road they dart straight under the metal carpark doors, but this last litter, born i think around june maybe as i have been seeing them since july, is different. there were about 5 of them, it quickly went to 3. Then recently, the RSPCA have been out again, and only one remains, and he(or she!) is now following me. Everytime i come out, it is waiting for me, i have put some of freddies food down for it a few times, which i am not sure is a good ideam but i feel so guilty! when we come back home, he is by the carpark doors, and when he sees us, follows us again. I feel so guilty, but i can't let him in to my place as i am worried he might fight with freddie, but, if something happens to him with those foxes i am going to feel terrible!! He wont go near my husband either, just me, i wish i could help him!!