Just a cautionary note: I noticed you said they were still a little wild. Please forgive me if I'm speaking out of turn, but in order to find homes for them they need to be socialized, and it takes patience.
As a child, I tamed two feral cats on our farm, by sitting where they were, bringing food and giving their natural curiosity a chance to bring them closer. Still, I was the only one they allowed near them. The kitty litter one of them had, though was a different matter. The kittens loved everyone and would come running to me. They would have made good pets, had not some critter killed them all... a sad event I still vividly remember after all these years.
When our children were little, we allowed both our dog and our cat to have babies. It was a marvelous time. The cats were born during polyester suit era and our four kittens made my husband's suit pant a little fuzzy by treating him like a tree. Nothing sharper than a little kitty's nails. I've grown to see all things young as miraculous. They are beautiful things. Enjoy!