Well, we started off with 3 kittens and now there are 0. One kitten died first, almost immediately. Then the second one a day after. Now, the third one died. I asked if a kitten would survive under these conditions because the night she died (the night before last), she was placed in a box with covers and all. In the morning (yesterday), we found her dead. The mother WAS in the room (my bedroom) but when I woke up, the mother was not with the kitten. So, I assumed that the kitten must have stayed inside the box alone. The room was NOT cold. I specifically told my parents to turn off our air system which they did before I woke up. However, the room wasn't warm either. I was semi-cold, or at least room temperature.
Anyways, I'm not sure what killed the last kitten. See, the mother had the flu, and all kittens were sneezing and whinning quite a bit before their passing. However, this one was the lone survivor and I assumed was stronger, so I was shocked to find him dead. I then started thinking about the room, because when I found him the mom wasn't in there with him anymore.
I don't know what happened. I wish I would have had the common sense to put something warm in there. I've had kittens before in the past but never one single kitten. When you have more than one, they usually keep themselves warm...so I never had to deal with this situation and I didn't even think about the a semi-cold room being able to kill a kitten. I feel bad now.