I found two young, I think around six week, kittens at the park today. I have them isolated in a spare room away from my other animals, and have a 42" crate that I can put them in when I'm gone. I work at a pet store so I was able to stop by the store even with it being closed to pick up some non clumping litter for them. They don't have any obvious issues, they have clear eyes and noses and aren't sneezing. They are both playful and use the litter box. I gave them a little bit of EVO cat and kitten canned for lunch, and 1/2 an ounce of nature's variety raw just now. One of them pooped early in the day and it was firm and normal, but they both just went and it was loose and light colored. I'm assuming it's from the food switch. I'll be calling the vet in the morning and hopefully get them seen by Monday at the latest. Is 1/2 oz three times a day a good amount of food? Anything else I should be doing? I can't post pictures from my phone, but one is a tortie and the other is a weird black color. She (I think) is solid black on the face, ears, paws and tail, like she's pointed, but her body hair is black at the root, silver in the middle and black at the tip, and it looks like she's tabby as well. When I have computer access I'll post pictures, unless the forum has a mobile app?