Out of the inquiry emails I sent to a few places, a couple answered.
The first that answered me is a group that places feral cats with people who have barns in an effort to keep down the rodent population without having to use poisons, etc. Bad for the rats, good for the cats, barnowners, and any other beings that may be harmed by chemicals and traps... Anyway, they only take adult cats that have already been altered, so this is no quick fix. Not that I am expecting a literal quick fix, but you know what I mean.
The response that I am actually quite excited about is one I received this morning from a lady at Feral Friends, an organization that humanely traps, neuters, and returns feral cats. She asked me for the contact info of management at my apartment complex. She will actually do the initial schpiel to them, which I am happy about, because I'm sure she can be more eloquent and convincing in a calmer manner than I would be. I am prone to being slightly irrational when I get riled up about something and tend to spew more venom
than necessary. And you know what they say, you get more flies with honey... That's not very vegan, but you get the jist.
Anyway, from what I've recently read on the subject, TNR is the best way to handle feral cat colonies, because if you just remove them more cats will come in to take their place. If you just stop feeding them, they will not go away, they will just starve to death. Besides, I am not going to stop feeding them anyway, I am probably going to get caught and fined!
I am hoping that this lady can convince the management that this is the best way to go. If for no other reason, TNR is supposed to be more cost effective than having the cats removed and euthanized. New cats will come in to take the others places and they will reproduce and the cycle continues.
I have thanked the Feral Friends lady immensely in my response and have promised her whatever help she needs from me.
Wish us luck! I will keep this thread updated, in case anyone is interested in what happens.