So i finally decided to post this, because it hasn't stopped, I moved out of my mom's house finally in april, had been OUT since january, but because my home is family owned on 10 acres, and is about 60 years old, it needed work so I had been staying at my moms. anyway, on my property, I currently have 10(counting the kittens below) outdoor cats, as well as my ducks. I have the feral queen (who has been mentioned before) and her 5, 6 1/2 week old kittens, I have another young feral tortoiseshell queen that showed up about a week ago, another older altered queen, and 2 tomcats, one of which was already here, and one whom my cousins friend brought to live here, about a month ago. up until he came to be here, everything was quiet between Gracie, the older queen and the feral momma, they pretty much left each other alone, even Big blue, the resident tom didn't bother the new girls, and gracie put im in his place right quick, well when my cousins friend brought h=me this new guy, he stayed in the shed for about 3 days, until he finally came out, it was then that i got a look at how BIG this cat was, HUGE longhaired tabby and white, has to weigh atleast 12 pounds, Leopold became his name. but ever since about a week after he came to live here, up til, well, now, he will NOT stop being a jerk butt, I feed my cats RAW, twice a day, and every time, here come Leo(after I leave ofcourse) to eat, if any other cat comes for their share before he's done, they don't just get cuffed upside the head as you would expect, they get bowled over, full out attacked!, keep in mind none of the other cats are probably lucky to wiegh more than 7 or 8 pounds being female and none are that big, the tortie female is the smallest besides the kittens, and gracie is going on 8 years old. she barely eats as it is, and the kittens and momma barely get any. now we bring in Mr. Blue, Leopold has only messed with Mr. Blue once, and got his fluffy rear strung all over the field (seriously his fur was ALL over), but he is forever eying him like prey, I've no idea how old Mr. Blue is, he is half Leo's size, but all muscle. very tall and long, like a siamese, but grey like a typical grey cat. the last few days, Paint, the young tortie has been on Leopold's hit list, he will NOT leave her alone, last night he had her backed up against a corner of the inside of the shed, when she tried to run, he jumped on her, and gave her a good thrashing, she's not in season as far as I know and has no kittens, but he was NOT trying to mount her, he was literally making fur fly. this morning he got after her again real bad, chased her onto the roof, and then went up AFTER her and I thought my roof was going to cave. and now she's been limping slightly, so i think she may have jumped off the roof trying to get away. this afternoon he advanced on the kittens playin on the porch, but their mother settled that real quick, but I fear for them I've had some pretty darned testy tom's before, but none like him, he's a handsome cat, and will pass on good genes, that is, if he doesn't scare the tar out of the girls first. my mom has said i should ptobably trap him and rehome- or take him to the shelter, but I feel like he needs a chance, but if he doesn't shape up I may have no choice but to do otherwise. anyone else had to deal with this?, growing up on a farm, we've always had outdoor cats, but our handful of toms have been laid back and lazy, with the exception of a kitten killer a few years ago.but Leo is someone else.