Tampa, Florida -- Along Ellicott Street in Tampa, birds perched high in the shadowing oaks burst with song.
"I get up in the morning, I've got red-headed woodpeckers, robins, blue jays," says resident Sylvia Parry gazing upward.
But plenty of cats also lurk along Ellicott. Some of them are already part of a trap, neuter and release program and cared for by Humane Society volunteers.
"I adore cats and would never hurt one," says Parry. "But it's pretty much out of control. They're constantly stalking the birds."