The Rainbow Rehoming Centre is seeking to find homes for two little kittens found with their mother and litter mate living rough in a busy car park.
Oak and Ash were rescued just over a month ago with their sister Cheery and their mother.
The little family had been spotted by a concerned member of the public who had spotted them at the supermarket car-park.
Rainbow went to scene and managed to rescue three of the kittens- a fourth had been killed in the car park before anyone could get to it.
The kittens were humanly trapped and sent to a foster home to be socialised and have now been returned to the centre to seek their new homes.
Cherry has since been re-homed but the boys Oak and Ash are still available.
Their feral mother was later trapped and returned to an area where she is being cared for.
A spokesperson for the Rainbow Rehoming Centre in Eglinton said: “When they first arrived at their foster home they were extremely frightened but as time has passed they have gained trust and learnt how to enjoy a home life.
“Aged approx 11 weeks old the boys are slightly shy to been of strangers.
“These little ones have shared their foster home with the family’s pet cats and dog with no problems.
“If you are interested in offering anyone of them a new beginning please visit the centre during opening hours 12pm to 4pm, Tuesday to Sunday.”