When I went to check on the Babies after their first night alone, this is what I saw. You can biggify to see Baby Socks in the nest. Later, when I checked back, all three were on top of the kitty condo.
Momma Tortie Update: We just got the news about Momma T's condition and it is good, so far. Her fever is down, she woofed down any and all food. She is on three meds for the URI and diarrhea.
Dr. Smith suggested keeping her at the Cat Hospital so they could continue to monitor her closely and give her meds. The heart specialist comes in on Tuesday and she will have a sonogram. We'll know more what to do after that.
The kittens are having so much fun with all the extra attention. We've been watching closely for any signs of illness. They are playing, eating heartily, and no sneezes or sniffles. And they do eat on their own, just mix some chicken broth with their cat food until it is almost drinkable.
Last night I disinfected the entire room (and then cleaned it off with organic non-toxic cleaner), washed everything in the room -- blankets, condos, litter box, etc. just to be sure.