I understand completely about not taking in more kitties. The most we've (my brother and I) have had at one time was 16. That when I brought home Johnny and Cash. A little over a month later (the day after Christmas) I woke up to find our Bandit dead in the hallway. We don't know what happened. He wasn't an old cat (maybe 8 or 9). I miss that boy. He wasn't a lap cat, but he was a sweetheart and our only orange cat. Last August we lost Fred to a combination of kidney failure and respiratory infection. That left us with 14. In August 2015 I found a small black kitten in the parking lot at work. I think he had been dumped. He came home with me. I was able to find him a forever home with a friend in South Carolina. The same friend took in another black kitten in October from a litter my best friend had rescued.
It's hard to travel with so many kitties to care for. And now I have 3 that are one medications so that means I have to find someone to take care of that when I'm away. Lily is blind and gets eye drops every morning. Clarissa gets the pred every other day, and now Johnny will be on a supplement every day.
I tell all of my friends now that I love all of my kitties, but my inn is full. Now if it were a dire emergency I would help, but I'm not actively looking for more kitties.