Feathers, al pie pan, cotton balls, all work hung with a string off a branch, then set a mound type trap set. Use brush and sticks/rocks to force a one way entry. Sets like this work great on trails and on field edges as well. I usually used a coat hanger from the branch down, then a piece of string about 4" long so the eye candy can flutter without getting hung up in the tree.
Go easy on the scents, cats have poor sense of smell compared to other vermin, like skunks and coons, but there vision and curiosity will bring them to the "flash". That's one reason I never worried as much about trap scent lke you do for a yote.
I have also caught a few with a banty (sp) rooster in a live cage, with leg hold traps set along the front (block all sides to force one way entry). I had a 4' wide love cage and would put at least 3 traps in the ground along the front. Can be a pita keeping food and water for the rooster though, but it will work.
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