Contrary to your claims, cats annihilated all the wildlife where I live, and I live in a remote rural area. I had to destroy hundreds of cats so the wildlife would recover. From smallest of prey that cats senselessly destroyed for their play-toys up to the top predators that were starved-out by cats. My wildlife and lands are recovering quite nicely for the last 3 years since every last cat is gone.<quoted text>
Coyotes move to where the food is. Fluffy and Muffy are easy pickings and preferable to harder to catch wildlife, which is still abundant despite your claims otherwise.
I'm even seeing species of animals I've never seen in my life before since all the cats are gone. I'd say, on average, about 1 new species per day since the cats are gone. I strongly suspect they are trying to find any habitat which is safer for them. All the surrounding lands still being invaded by cats (and human encroachment and their mindless overbreeding goals) is forcing all these native animals to my own lands, with them looking for any harbor away from cats and human activity.
If you want to have a life rich in an immense variety of wildlife, the simplest and most inexpensive solution you can ever do is shoot and bury every last cat you see. The rewards for doing so are immeasurable. I now feel nothing but pity and sorrow for anyone who has cats in their lives. Their lives are so bereft and dismally empty that they don't even realize just how empty their lives truly are. How sad, but true, that is.