OMG...good thing you came here and asked for that judgement, huh?
I do not really have any advice. I do think that the behaviors are quite troubling...perhaps you should call your children's physician and see what he/she suggests?
how about discipline your kids, yeah they killed the cats and have no remorse because they're brats!! i mean how disgusting, you even said they were both laughing and trying to hide what they did so they obviously knew what they did! i just dont know why that poor mother cat couldnt defend those poor baby kittens, i mean a cat would attack just about anyone else for going near their kittens, so why not two stupid useless brats that are trying to kill them?! this is just beyond me....yeah and btw the only reason i just signed up for an account is because I REALLY need to get this out!
While you were "napping" was someone watching the children?? 6yr and 4yrs is too young to be left unattended, esp. with pets in the house. Children that young don't have the ability to understand how to properly handle little kittens. This is why children have parents, because they don't have the wisdom to make good decisions yet and need someone to teach them. What if the children had gotten into other trouble?? Matches, chemicals, they could have gone outside and who knows what trouble they could have found out there. I mean there are lots of things that those kids could have gotten into while you were "napping"!! My advise to you is save your nap time and go to bed a little earlier at night so you can keep an eye on those children of yours!
Wow!Sorry you are getting blasted here!I refuse to judge people! My advice is to take your kids to a therapist or at least the pcp.Lack of remorse over a violent act is something serious.I would be concerned about a possible conduct disorder.I admit kids that age need intense supervision but at the same time killing an animal is an abberrant behavior.Please stay on top of this.Stealing,deceit,manipulation, and intense anger go hand in hand with this type of behavior as well so be careful and good luck with everything.Stay strong!