The rescue lady I occasionally work for rescued a litter of feral kittens about two months ago. They were thin and scared and infested with fleas, and came down with panleukopenia after a week. Two kittens died, two survived.
Now the kittens are about 4-5 months old, they are gorgeous, and on their way to becoming friendly. The boy is on the shy side but friendly and will let you rub his tummy, the girl is very shy of humans and will hide if you try to pet her - not aggressive at all, though. They are very pretty cats, creamy pale grey with tabby markings, probably will grow into medium haired cats, with beautiful golden eyes.
The problem is, the girl has cerebral damage form panleuk, and walks (to quote the vet who spayed her) "like a drunken sailor". This handicap, added to their shyness, does not make them likely candidates for adoption in the middle of kitten season
So I thought I would post here to give them an additional chance... they need special people to take care of them and show them the world is a nice place full of friendly humans. They have lived in a cage for the past two months, the rescue lady is too overwhelmed to let them out and try to socialize them. I do my best when I go there but it's not often enough to make a big difference. She spent a fortune on vet bills to save these two, but I believe she would be willing to keep the adoption fee minimal if she was convinced they would get in a good loving home.
I am going back to help pretty soon, I will take pictures and post them here. I hope those special kitties will find their family here!
PS: They are in Los Angeles right now.