The kittens are 12 weeks old next week, have been wormed and flea treated, are used to kids and dogs... and I'm scared stiff to rehome them in case they go to someone horrible.
I've been in touch with a local rescue for help, but they won't help unless they can take the kittens. If they do take the kittens, they'll end up in a kennel situation and I don't think it's fair on them.
I adore them but can't keep them... my mum is unwell, my sister is struggling with 6 cats (I'm living in Uni accommodation). I'm trying to do everything right and keep them safe but I don't know what the next step should be.
OP. The rescue will I'm sure home them in pairs, which will be much better for them. They should also get them neutered first and do home checks. Let the rescue take care of them. Don't hand them over to random people on the internet.
Just to add, if they do go to a rescue centre, they may well be homed with a fosterer (so in a home environment) until they’re ready for homing. If this isn’t the case, they’re probably not going to be in the rescue centre for long anyway as kittens usually are homed quickly.
As the wise TCN says, better to give them to the rescue centre who will check out potential homes and owners before rehoming them which gives them a much better chance of finding good homes than giving them to randoms on the internet.