They're not my cats
I spoke to one of the feeders in an area I went to yesterday. While most of the cats are unsterilised, two were not, and the complainant was saying that the cats were scratching her motorcycle cover.
The feeder was explaining to me that she did not feed at that spot, so her cats were maybe 100 meters away from these other cats. One of the cats she fed though, and which was unsterilised, was near the motorcycles.
She mentioned there is another feeder who feeds some of the other cats. I told her that if the complainant continues to complain to the town council, it's not going to matter which cats 'belong' to whom. They're just going to round them all up.
I had spoken to yet another feeder in the area the other day who said it wasn't her area as well, but now that I've gone down, it appears that at least some of them are her cats.
At this point I spoke to the feeders and they have agreed to try and sterilise the unsterilised cats, so I'm glad to hear that. It does sadden me when people divvy up their cats though - there are so many feeders and yet some cats aren't sterilised or cared for.