I didn't want to have to go this route again but here we are. Live in the country and feral cats are an issue. There are at least 5 black feral cats next door. We see them on our property all the time. I was kinda loving them because our rabbit population plummeted. Now I must kill them as they've taken 4 ducks. I sell duck eggs and thanks to them I won't be able to fill my orders. In the past our dogs took care of the problem. Now it looks like we are going to have to start removing them ourselves. Any suggestions? Update- People have been saying they don't believe the cats could take a full grown duck. This morning the dogs were going nuts, I looked out the window and a cat had a turkey carcass. It was one of our young borboun reds, that to be fair was already dead. The dogs had killed it the day before and since I'd been running late for work I'd just tossed it over the dog run fence to dispose of later. (the turkey had flown into the dog run) Then it stormed and I never got to dispose of it. Anyway, point being these turkeys, while young, are bigger than the ducks and the cat was carrying this carcass. So yeah, I do think a cat is strong enough to take a full grown duck now.