You have such a way with words!! I'll keep an eye out for any airborne manoeuveurs.
Ok... unfortunately i managed to only trap one. The other two are still at the hotel with the mother. They are fairly old now... i think 4-5 months but since they were neutered so young i think they have sort of stuck together. I may have to leave those two where they are. They are just too unfriendly.
In fact the only reason i brought the first female in was because she was so thin. But some one at my brother in laws office is looking for a pair of cats and will hopefully take these two. In any case i will socialise them properly before rehoming them anywhere.
Anyway, i trapped the male and brought him in. They seemed to recognise each other immeadiately. The female was sniffing and licking him and generally very very very happy to see him. Everything was fine... they were exploring the place together.... until she pounced on him playfully a couple of times. The first few times he just ignored her but the last time she decided she would lean up against him and go to sleep and he gave her a bit of a POP. Nothing serious.
Now they are both two feet away from each other on the same folded up blanket. He makes a bit of a grumbly noise when she makes too much eye contact.
I hope i am not being too optimistic but he seems to just want to settle in a bit before he gets back to playing. I've sprayed the last of our feliway in the room and dabbed them both with a bit of vanilla essence.
Do you think that the male's friendliness will rub off on the other one? He is incredibly friendly for a wild cat. He will let me pick him up and pet him all over. And the only one time he swatted me he didn't use his claws...
P.S. I am eagerly anticipating the onlining of your feral cat info site.