Two of the kittens (Panther and Ocelot) have ringworm so they've had to be isolated, and all 10 have had fungicide baths. Bet that was fun! The most poorly one (Leopard) seems to have perked up a bit. For ferals they seem amazingly confident - they must have had some human contact before because they're not scared of Shelley and come over for strokes when she visits.
I haven't got my head around which is which yet as there are seven that are v similar - all short-haired brown tabbies. The ones I can ID are Jaguar (the black one), Siberia (the blue/grey one) and Lynx (the long-haired tabby one). The short-haired tabbies are Cougar, Puma, Leopard, Ocelot, Panther, Bobcat and Margay. Eight of the 10 are males - the girls are Bobcat and Margay.