Yes. Because a pet cat is the property of the owner, the owner can be held responsible if the cat breaks a law.
According to this article from audobonmagazine.org, “[w]ildlife biologists and law-enforcement officials contend that in most situations feeding feral cats violates federal law because it facilitates ‘take’ of species protected by the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and/or the Endangered Species Act.”
If people can get in trouble for feeding feral cats that could potentially harm endangered species, the owner of a housecat that kills an endangered animal could almost certainly be held accountable.
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