I have both a large henhouse for most of my birds (13 hens and one rooster) and a smaller chicken tractor for the rest of my birds (2 hens and one rooster). I went to open up the large henhouse for the birds to play outdoors last week, and found that a stray cat we've seen around the place for several months now had spent the night in one of the nesting boxes. The cat didn't seem to go after the birds, nor the birds go after the cat. They seemed to cohabitate peacefully other than the fact that none of the birds would go near the nesting boxes where the cat was resting. Then this afternoon, we had heavy rains hit our area, and this same cat went into the open chicken tractor and was curled up in the nesting box in that tractor. Once again, the cat wasn't attacking the chickens, nor the chickens attacking the cat. But the chickens refused to get out of the rain by ducking into their tractor because the cat was in there. This cat has no home. It fights with my Maine coon, but neither one of them ever hurt the other. It's like they spar at each other some, but neither wants to get into a knock down, drag out kind of fight. Because it fights with my cat, I've never fed it. And I don't think any neighbors are feeding it either. But it gets enough food capturing mice that hang around my chicken coop. And that is why it keeps hanging around my chickens and their housing. The animal shelter in this town is a KILL kind of shelter, so I hate to even think about sending it there. Besides, this is a feral cat. It is not a cat that will allow a human to get anywhere near it. What should I do?