Not my cat
Through a caregiver, I managed to speak to the feeder at this block. It turns out that she knew the neighbour was unhappy and wasn't very surprised about the events, though she said the cat was very friendly and would never attack. The cat had come up via lift in the morning and sat with her as she did her laundry on the tenth floor and the neighbour had told her he was going to call the SPCA. Throughout the day, the neighbour came by to ask her about the cat.
Apparently the cat is unsterilised as well. She mentioned that other people in the block also feed it.
I asked if she plans to get it sterilised, and she was very worried about the cat, but she wanted another friend to do it. She said her friend said she would do it. I told her there were a number of cats in the block that were not yet done, but she claims they live in the block behind, which is not under her.
I spoke to the caregiver and she complained that these two feeders label cats into 'their cats' and 'not their cats'. They only sterilise the ones they like but will feed any that come up.
The feeder also said there was someone abusing cats in the estate, but she had no camera to take photos. I just called her back to get her address as I was going to send her a disposable one, but she said she thinks she has a camera and doesn't need the disposable.