Mapper, if you don't want a house full of cats, I do agree with Librarychick...as cute kittens, they do have a better chance at being adopted, if you could adopt two of them as a pair, that would be awesome.
I have adopted kittens, as well as adults, and both have their plusses and minuses! Kittens raised together, do have each other, to burn energy off, older cats, require very slow introductions into the rest of the residents, so everyone can get along, either way, you have to have patience, and a sense of humour goes a long way!
A 'Care Credit' card, is a very good emergency backup to have, no matter the number of pets you have!
I certainly didn't go out to collect all of mine...they found me...
They're strays, rescues and dumpees...
I wouldn't get rid of one of them, for anything!
They have not trashed my house, and anyone that has visited, has been very comfortable, and not at all offended, or 'put off' by the cats! Or...the Pittie and the Border Collie!!:p