Oh yes, extreeemly cute. As cute as a very cute thing!
Unfortunately they both currently have upset digestive systems, needing seemingly endless cooking of fresh food and a fair bit of mopping up of litter trays and floor, which is, well, a bit less cute. Their immature innards are probably wonky because of (a) all the changes (they've come from a small, dark, cosy flat with not just their own mother and three siblings but at least three other friendly older cats to wash them and sleep with them) and (b) they and Tilly are still sorting out their relationship, though progress is definitely being made. Tilly has to put up with not just what she perceives as invasion of her space, food and humans, but some curtailment of her freedom: she's always been an outdoor cat, and loves to spend half the night out round the parish (coming in dew-fresh at four in the morning and landing on you as you sleep
). She currently has to be let out by one of us (though she can get back in by herself) as the kittens are not allowed out till they've had their second set of immunisation in a few weeks' time - and I rather think we'll be keeping them all in at night till the autumn at least.
When I shared a house in Spain with someone who had a cat, I was regularly woken up in the summer in the early hours, by Guillermo landing on my bed in the early hours. Closing the window was not an option, because it was so hot during the day!
There are 3 different black and white cats who frequent my garden, all presumably belonging to neighbours. I have seen two of them there at the same time. I think they may be neutered toms as they don't fight, although they are a bit wary of each other.
Since my grass had a much-needed cut last week, there is nowhere for them to hide from each other!