Back in april this little gray stray came by our back yard, and I noticed her drinking from our pool when I was upstairs, we fed it, it stayed around from February, had kittens in April, and now is an indoor/outdoor cat. Now that it's frigid out we let her stay in the kitchen and the kittens, well theyre not so little anymore, stay in the laundry room during the night and kitchen in the day. My mom saw this tabby, most likely male, roam in the back a couple months ago, and in this past week weve been hearing its peculiar low howl probably cause its cold. Well this morning my mom says she really hears him and so do I behind our garage and then it screams and stuff..i think it was in a catfight, and when it's lighter out I can see its footprints walking in the snow. I go to the grocery store later and as im pulling out the driveway I see it in front of me and I talk to it, but it trottles off in our front yard. When we got back I saw it in our backyard and go up to it. It disappears in our big bushes and I follow its footprints and see it went down this little 1 foot width path that has our old wooden fence and this new brick fence theyre building. So then tonight I go out to close the garage like 30 min ago, and see a white/orange cat (male i take it) in the back like 30 feet from me. I go out and our mom cat is already out and goes up to him and theyre all cool (so no catfight, whew)..then it trottles off and meows its head off, and I walk up to it slowly. It eventually comes and i pet it, then get some crunchy food, which it eats up, and starts to roll around on my feet, whatever that means. Its behavior is similiar to the mom cat we kept. So now there are two strays and our cat with her two kittens we keep around. Oh great. There is large large horse barn by me, so Im assuming these cats came from there. What should I do? Take these two, if I catch them to PetSmart to be adopted or something or let it roam in the cold and feed it periodically? I dont want our cat to be out there and then have it get in a catfight with them, though our cat is pretty fierce. I guess cause she gets fed more, she'll be stronger.