You are a very loving cat to share your food with strays. I have the utmost respect for you. Here isa cuteness point for such a loving and sharing cat. I am going to tell the rest of our herd and have them come visit your family.
Simba is now 16 yrs old. He was found with his 2 brothers in a cardboard box, dumped under a hedge....I wish I could have found who did this! It was one late October evening when my daughter rang to say her father-in-law was walking his dog and found these kittens, barely 5 weeks old. The little one unfortunately died a couple of weeks later despite our best efforts. We had Simba. He is a brilliant cat and has entertained us, loved us, and brought home several of his pals for a meal. However, his pals have all been strays or dumped nearby..( this is what happens when the area knows you are an RSPCA volunteer). Simba has never failed to find these cats and bring them home and show them to his food dish. We have been very lucky in rehoming them all, except for the ones we kept.
Simba is now getting on in years and has a touch of arthritis in his back. He no longer jumps up on the fence and at times we have to lift him onto our bed. Sometimes we think he is kidding us... as soon as one of the girls walks in the room he jumps on them and play fights them....much to their disgust and a lot of squeals and hisses!
He has been a perfect angel and we hope we have him for a long time yet. He has put up with rabbits, hedghogs, sick birds and mice as well as the stray cats! And to top it all, I brought home the two Maine Coons....the look on his face said it all. He remains the boss-cat, and the others all respect him. Although not big on cuddles, he loves to sit near one of us, and often pushes me onto the floor when he wants my chair! He tolerates Fitz sleeping with him, and sometimes Herbie too, but won't have the girls near him. And we love him to bits!!