Orange County Animal Services is looking for ideas from the public to handle the pet-overpopulation problem.
Director Bob Morotto said many cats are "unaffiliated" with a specific owner and haven't been spayed. They have high mortality rates and can spread disease to domesticated cats.
Morotto said the coming warm weather means "kitten season" is around the corner. That's when cats begin having litters on litters, causing the population to spike.