I have seen a few that ask this question but I am still a little worried on what to do. We have been taking care of 5-6 feral/stray cats for little over a year. 4 of them won't let us touch them or get too close but they are always there twice a day for food, water and treats. There is 1 that comes and goes and he lets us pet him and even comes in doors to prowl around (we think he belongs to another family even though we have named him Smokey) and then there is Bandit, the sweetest little girl and she is always there and lets us pet her and love on her (as long as you don't try to pick her up. She loves to be brushed and comes when you call her. We are moving this weekend and I really don't want to leave her behind but she doesn't like being indoors. When Texas had its winter storm a few weeks ago I refused to leave her outside. The first time she hid for almost 2 days and then once we found her she would pace around but did eventually find a bed that she liked and I guess felt safe. We have 2 indoor cats (not thrilled with bringing a new member in but they aren't mean to her) and then we have a 7 month old lab that Bandit doesn't like since he is big and playful. I worry about leaving her behind when we move since there aren't other neighbors that feed them consistently. But I also don't want to stress her out and make her miserable. We aren't moving far just about 15 min away. Any suggestions on if we should take her with us and if so how to acclimate her to our new home? I don't mid her being an indoor/outdoor kitty if needed or should I just leave her and pray for the best? We have taken her to the vet, she did really well traveling in the cat carrier and at the vet. She is up to date on all shots and we have a flea collar on her and I have been giving her heartworm pills monthly. She was already fixed (she had to marking on her ear) and the vet verified. I am super worried and have been stressing for a few weeks on what to do. Any help is greatly appreciated!!