Alley Cats: Stray Cat, a Homeless Domestic Cat OR Feral Cat, a cat that has been born to other ferals or from stray cats

An Alley Cat is a stray cat, a homeless domestic cat that has been born to other ferals or from stray cats. Feral cats are unaccustomed to human interaction and their population can be controlled by the use of traps and euthanasia.

Alley Cat is a term that has been used to describe stray cats. A stray cat is a domestic cat that does not have an owner, and may live on the streets or in abandoned buildings. Stray cats are usually feral, meaning they have never had any contact with humans before. Alley Cats can vary widely in color and size from pet cats, but all Alley Cats are considered to be at-risk for disease and illness due to their lack of care.

An alley cat is a term used to describe cats that live in the streets or alleys. Alley Cats are typically stray, feral, or unaccustomed to human interaction.