In case you've not heard of this yet:
Cats pass disease to wildlife, even in remote areas.
You can't just use them just for target practice anymore, like all hunters do where I live, and then leave them there. Keep a folding camp-shovel handy or something, or transport the carcass safely sealed in a trash-bag to where they can then be disposed of properly. You need to bury them to prevent any wildlife from eating the carcass. If a wild animal eats an infected cat carcass it will die from it, as will anything that feeds on the one that died, and so-on and so-on.
Just as, or even more importantly -- permanently get rid of any strays you find in your yards and gardens. A cat just defecating on your property can be a death-sentence to your family members and your own animals. Wear gloves when transporting and disposing of the carcass -- by incineration or burying it deeply enough so no other wildlife or humans can come in contact with it again.
Thought you might like to know.
Please tell others.
And for those of you who think that destroying an invasive species, like cats, that are now responsible for wiping out whole portions of the natural food-chain, should not be discussed in a hunting forum ... GROW A SPINE FOR ONCE IN YOUR LIVES. You're just as much to blame for the problem we face today.