Here are some images of kittens we rescued this summer. It was somewhat crazy - we had three groups of cats and kittens at one point (four if you count my mother's adopted kitten), and couldn't mix them because they haven't been tested. So we were rotating them through a house and one-bedroom apartment that are 2 hours apart.
Three were recently adopted, one we kept (the calico shorthair) and one is with my mother.
The original kitten that led to this is Tiki. You can see her eye ulcer has gotten markedly better. She's a sweetheart.
We originally found Tiki dying outside on the pavement. Hot day, abandoned by her mother, etc... I had thought we'd have to put her to sleep. Kind of funny now - the first day we thought she was so diseased that I was scared to go near her. Now she greets us every morning by rubbing faces and purring.
Unfortunately, we still have many feral/stray cats around, and after spending hundreds of dollars on vet bills, very little resources or time to rescue the rest.
We've contacted local groups, but everyone seems overburdened.
(all pictures are copyrighted, pls don't redistribute or use without permission - thanks!)
Tiki, the original sick kitten that led us to the rest:
Pigpen (we named him Pigpen because he was a big litterbox sleeper)
Jack (who was really sick one night, he's since been named Jake by the new family)