Yes. In fact, the average life span for a cat who lives outdoors is 2 years. The average life span for a cat that lives indoors is 17 years, plus you don't find so many mockingbird feathers in your yard. Our cats all live indoors. We have a mockingbird who likes to sit on our TV antenna on summer mornings and fill the sky with song. We've had satellite for 15 years, but I leave the antennae up for him. ("He" is probably a series of mockingbirds; I don't know how long they live. We've had one for 20 years.
You may get more than 2 years per cat if you have a large lot (like 4 acres or better) with coyote-proof fencing, and you neuter the males so they don't roam.
If you are lucky, and haven't folded your laundry, your cat will sleep in the basket, so tomorrow morning you can don pre-warmed underwear. Such luxury!