So I have this cat here and it's been chilling outside my house, we've been feeding it and giving it water so it stays here. But we already have a cat of our own and can't keep it. We don't know if it has any ailments, but the owner has chipped it. However, we tried calling the owner as well as getting an agency to and it's been a month with no reply. The cat didn't like being petted until later when it learned to trust us, so not sure if it's been abused by said owner. The cat looks healthy overall though.
Note: I wanted to also know if anyone knows the breed? I assume its Maine coon because of the tuffs, and some other breed. We've seen it hunt pretty much anything outside.
Can I sell this cat too? Or what are my options? The pound is too full in my city
You cannot sell the cat. It's not your property, and would be considered theft if the original owner came looking for it.
Does your city have an Animal Humane Society? Something like the SPCA? Often they will come take the cat, and at least try and match it back to the original owner.
But let's assume the cat has been abandoned. If so, you could foster it yourself (Take it to the vet and get all the shots/vaccinations taken care of before bringing it in contact with your other cat).
Otherwise, you could try and find someone to adopt the cat - ask friends or family, post on Facebook, etc. I wouldn't charge any money for ethical reasons unless you are recouping direct costs (eg: if you pay to have the cat neutered and then vaccinated, pass those charges on to whoever adopts the cat).
Personally I have 2 cats - both of them were kittens that came from the local Humane Society.