Before, I begin, I go over some pre-existing discussions related to feeding strays on this website. We have here, a discussion on ethics of feeding vs neutring, and here on ethics of supporting of groups of opposite interests. This question is mainly a variant of the first post, but with a mix that neutring is no longer available.
My situation is as follows, I live in a place where the temperatures are too hot for cats to roam outside, and, there is no free places/ government supported places to neuter cats. In fact, there are no such things as feral cats where I live, because the cats are all imported. Now, I've been feeding this certain cat for a long time now, due to me finding an emotional attachment to it.
Recently the cat gave birth to four kittens, and now I am starting to have the impression that I am prolonging the suffering of the cat, and it's children by continously supporting it's existence, because, I am leaving from this country soon, and with it giving birth, there is the collective suffering of five cats living in this harsh climate.
Considering all this, would it be ethical for me to support the cats?
Putting this outside of the context I put here, would it be ethical for some sort of "god figure" to prolong the suffering of it's direct/indirect creation?
If the above generalization of the question has issues, kindly ignore it. If the issue of it is noted in the comment, I will remove it as soon as I can.
I would appreciate if people didn't try to reverse engineer where I live from this post!
I do not consider myself as god, but I think for all practical purposes, in this case, there is an element of me being a transcedental entity over the cat. Related post
This question discusses possibility of Evil in general, but it is different from mine here, because I wish to discuss about "what would be evil?".
After checking, sadly neither oral contraception is possible as megastrol is not available where I live.