I live in South Africa, not many places where they rehabilitate the likes of pigeons! A week or 2 ago I noticed a pigeon nesting in a tree just outside my lounge window. You can see into the nest if you stand in the lounge. We had 2 terrible storms over the weekend but she faithfully remained in her nest looking after the little ones. I went out and bought a feeder with wild seeds to encourage her to stay as I had noticed there is no male helping her. I have not seen her since Sunday morning (it is now Tuesday). The little ones are about the size of a fist (body, tail and head make it a bit bigger) and they have some feathers but not much on their heads. My first instinct is to leave them alone. But I am reading that they need the father to help them fly and also I am not sure whether they have been fed since Sunday. They look ok from a distance. The ones breathing is very noticeable but the other one seems calm. Also they have been entirely on their own day and night. Should I just leave them alone or should I intervene? Also I have 5 cats (they are contained indoors and the back garden) so it will be difficult to bring them inside. Any advise/suggestions?