To be fair, Chris at the very least takes his kidnapped feral cats to the vet for their initial check up and shots. Follow up routine care, I can't vouch for. The local shelters charge about $100 for cat adoptions, but run "clear the shelter" specials all the time which will waive adoption fees just to get cats out quickly. Typically around kitten season. In the long run, adopting a cat from the shelter is cheaper because they're already vetted, have their shots and are fixed. But that takes more effort than just snatching up an unsuspecting kitten from the wilderness of the Chandler yard.The SPCA for example charges you a hefty fee. This is probably designed to ensure that you won't adopt an animal casually when you can't properly pay the expenses to care for it. It also helps pay for the vaccines and spay/neuter they do before they adopt animals out plus any other medications they need to get them healthy enough. Chris just grabs animals from the woods. I don't think they ever see a vet until they get sick enough for the king baby to notice, in other words, way too late. Ferals always have fleas and worms. It takes an investment to get them healthy for a long life. But hey Chris can always just grab more from the feral colony instead of doing things right. I shudder to think what kind of bottom of the barrel food these kittens are getting. What kind of idiot feeds dogs high carb, high sodium, low protein chicken noodle soup?