Spoke to the TC officer
I spoke to the TC officer in charge of the area the woman called me about this morning. When I mentioned I called on behalf of a resident, he immediately was able to place her and said he saw her on her feeding rounds and had known her for years and even which block she lived in.
He said the notice up was actually in response to the MP's visit. They had received 7 or 8 complaints about defecation and some notices were put up in the lift lobby advising people to feed responsibly downstairs and to keep their pet cats in their flats if they had cats. I asked him if he knew whom the owners of the cats were and he said that he did not, or they would have gone to speak with them. I told him we had brochures for this purpose and he asked if he could use our brochures to flyer the area which of course I was more than happy to hear.
I asked about the fact that the feeder was worried that they were trapping sterilised cats. He mentioned that this was in response to a request by another feeder that I had written about here. He said that the woman had decided in the end (despite what she had said to me) that she would rather the cats be rounded up. He said he had offered to help move them to her new home but she declined. I just tried to call the woman again but her phone has been disconnected.
The feeder was heartened to hear her own cats would not be caught. She did know the other feeder was moving out. I told her she could call the officer direct in the future since he knew her and she obviously knew him but she said she did not want to. The officer sounded reasonable - it's a shame she does not want to deal with him direct.