Though the identity of the kittens remained a bit murky, Joe Taft, director of EFRC, had a theory. The kittens were likely not tiger or bobcat babies, but Taft suspected they could be Bengal or Savannah cats - wild and domestic cat hybrids, according to The Star Press.
Sadly, both kittens were born prematurely and one of the kittens has since passed away. The other one remains in an incubator and is currently being bottle-fed. More will be known about his breed when he gets older.
Taft also noted how strange it would be for a Bengal or Savannah to give birth in a stranger's barn, since there is often a lot of money involved in breeding them.