Just rang the rspca to ask them to remove some feral cats from my sister in laws shed. I quite clearly explained to them that these cats are causkng a health and safety problem; the kids can't play in the garden because the cats hiss and threaten them, sister in law can't leave doors or windows open because the cats get in the house, and have taken food. The rspca refused to do anything because quote - cats have the right to roam - unquote.
I asked about my sister in laws right to not have feral animals on/in her property, and they couldn't care less.
I am prepared to deal with these animals, but need to know what I can do legally.
My licence has the usual blurb about protecting animals/crops/people, and is open, so shooting may be an option.
Anybody have any sensible advice?