Two little black and white "tuxedo" kitten friends gaze at each other, perhaps wondering what this whole life thing is all about. They are so cute, they remind me of tiny panda bears.
These two are part of a larger group of kittens recently discovered in the feral colony. The two tuxedo kittens are probably litter-mates but the others may be from a different but closely related litter that has been combined with theirs.
More pictures of the tuxedo kittens and their little friends after the jump...
Feral cat colonies consist of several extended families. Closely related queens often help raise each other's kittens, doing babysitting duty as needed. The two tuxedo kittens may represent one litter, while their friends come from one or more additional litters.