Although your kitten will choose for itself where it will sleep, it might enjoy a gentle, snug area you prepare for it. A fluffy, clean hand towel folded and positioned in a footwear box that rests on its side, could make a good bed for your kitten. But the kitten might just decide to perch itself over a chair instead. You will have to help your kitten get accustomed to using a kitty litter box to visit the bathroom. Getting your kitten used to a kitty litter box is usually easy, because felines are normally clean and like to bury their droppings. A litter box is nothing more than a shallow rectangular pot. The easiest kind to work with is constructed of soft clear plastic. Into this you put cat litter, which is sold to get. Cover the bottom of the litter box with about two in . of cat litter.
If the veterinary gives you treatments for the kitten, ensure that you or one of your parents comprehends how to give drugs. Ask the vet or the vet's assistant to show the correct method. Supply the medicine to the kitten just as aimed by the veterinary. Twice a day is not good enough if the kitten is supposed to get drugs three times per day. Young kittens prefer to eat every few hours, about four times per day. At each meal, serve a saucer of fresh dairy alongside a small dish of dry cat food. For one or two of the foodstuffs, combination in canned food (meat or seafood). If the kitten gets diarrhea, switch to powdered milk. When the diarrhea continues, reduce the amount of milk and the number of meals of which it is served.