Saco is taking care of a feral cat problem in town once and for all. Officials say animal control officials will be removing feral cats from the Camp Ellis area of the city over the next week. Police Chief Bradley Paul says complaints of feral cats in the area go back at least a decade and the issue has even sparked lawsuits. In the past two years, the feline population has been reduced under a trap, spay-neuter release program led by volunteers from Friends of Feral Felines. But some cats still remain. Paul is urging owners of domesticated cats that go outdoors to make sure they are wearing collars with their name and owner’s address. The trapped feral cats will be taken to a shelter until they can be adopted.