I was hanging out at a friend's when it started to storm pretty hard. We decided to check out the rain and lightening from her patio and that's when I saw 2 little kittens running out of a bush into the walkway of the apartment complex. I went to grab them and we kept them inside and waited until the storm settled. When it finally settled, I went to set them back before I headed home. During that time I saw some movement in the bushes and ended up finding 4 more soaking wet kittens. I'm not the type of guy to take home strays and the last time I had a cat or a dog was when I was wee lad. I don't know what provoked me to pick them up and take them home but I did. I realized it's not easy being a pet owner/ father. Hats off to all the parents and pet owners here. I took them home in a basket, I did all my research, bought them kitten formula, high protein, grain-free, carrageen free, wet kitten food. They kept climbing out of the basket so I put them in a huge clean empty aquarium tank with blankets which worked wonderfully. I can keep the litter box far enough from their sleep/play area which is great! They were scared when I first got them and they all took the kitten formula. It only took them a day to ravenously consume canned kitten food. I only have a problem with one of them which only drinks kitten formula and shows no interest in solid food at all , I've even bought different flavors. I'm worried for this one because she's so needy, meows all the time, doesn't play with the others and always runs for me when I take them out for play time. She seems to be maturing very slowly compared to the others and is very timid. I'm assuming she's the runt of the litter. Is this going to be a problem? Also I've contacted over a dozen shelters and none have been able to take them in so I'm trying to adopt them away, but have not had any takers for the past 2 weeks. I can't keep taking care of them as I'm a very busy guy. I've kept in contact with my friend who's been stuck at home the past few days and she has not seen any sign of the mother or even an alley cat. I've been feeding them twice a day, letting them out to play and get some exercise 2-3 times a day. They're usually asleep most of the time and if they're being rowdy while I'm busy I can usually Ohm them to sleep. Works every time btw if anyone wants to try it out.