Siew Kah, who often comments on this board dropped me a very interesting email the other day. At Asia for Animals, they mentioned that in a lot of Asian countries, they look at their cats and dogs as strays (animals not looked after by anyone) and a separate group of community animals - ie animals looked after in temples, public places, etc but who also live on the streets/out in the open.
Siew Kah mentioned that we should consider using these terms in Singapore and I think it's an excellent idea. The cats ARE part of our community after all and are being looked after by someone. Many of these cats have lived in our communities for years. It certainly bestows a sense of belonging as well. So community cats I think it should be!