I live next to a crazy cat lady just like me (or maybe even worse!). In addition to her indoor cats, she feeds three semi-ferals that hang around her home. They are around six or a little older. They don’t travel far but I’ll seem them in my yard occasionally. They are well fed and have outdoor heated (when necessary) beds. They live a great life and keep the mice and chippie population in check.
In the spring, we had a long border of shrubs planted between our properties (pictured above). Most of the plants will grow together into a hedging. The slope there is very steep and mowing was a challenge. There are some nepeta sibirica plants commonly called catmint or “Walkers Low” (the variety). It’s not catnip but the same family and the ferals have taken to lounging around them.
All the local felines and the peeps who serve them wish you a great weekend.