So cute! My two beasts were kittens together. They played, they squabbled, they fought. Now they are middle aged older they ignore each other 50% of the time, snuggle up 40% of the time and bite each other 10% of the time...
Have they been spade? I wouldn't let them out until they have been. And until they're really comfortable with the house & know where they are.
I was also advised to feed my kittens several times a day, rather like a baby. 5 tines at first, then decreasing. Now they get fed twice a day only. The packets you are buying should tell you the amounts to feed them.
They're really cute!!!! God help your curtains!!!!!!
I have two kittens at the moment, they're about 14 weeks now but my husband found 3 of them aged about 3 weeks so I hand reared them until they were about 7-8 weeks! We homed one with a friend, and kept two.
Ours are now having 4x100g sachets of wet food a day between them, with free access to kitten dry food
They will play very rough, and lots of biting, squealing, leaping, jumping on is all very normal, and necessary for their development, I've never known kittens hurt each other (and we have a total of 14 cats, and have kittens most years!)
They're so cute, enjoy them while they're young and playful, they'll soon be lazy sods who just snooze all day
That's good they are neutered but I'd still keep them in for a good few weeks, unless you're really rural as they will have no road sense whatsoever - I'm not in the UK, and street cats are an issue here too - ours have all been literally picked up off the street by us or someone we know!
When you do let them out, plan to do it when they're hungry then tempt them back in fairly quickly, after half an hour or so, then gradually build it up from there