Next, ensure that the kitten is neither too skinny nor too fat. A kitten that is either all pores and skin and bones or has a bloated belly will probably have an infection. Do not choose such a kitten. Also check the kitten's nose area and ears for any sign of discharge or infection.While you are checking for signs or symptoms of physical health, take note of the kitten's nature. Carry the kitten to another area of the room watching how it behaves. Could it be nervous or frightened? Does it respond to soothing petting by growing calmer? You want a kitten that adjusts quickly for you. This is an indicator it has been completed by the owners of the litter, which is important in organizing the kitten for living with people.
Although your kitten will decide for itself where it'll sleep, it could enjoy a soft, snug spot you plan it. A fluffy, clean soft towel folded and put in a sneaker box that rests on its side, could make a stylish bed for your kitten. But the kitten might just decide to perch itself over a chair instead. You will need to help your kitten get used to using a kitty litter box to go to the bathroom. Getting the feline used to a litter box is usually easy, because felines are effortlessly clean and like to bury their droppings. A litter box is nothing more than a shallow rectangular pot. The easiest kind to use is constructed of soft plastic material. Into this you put kitten litter, which is sold in stores. Cover the bottom of the litter box with about two in . of cat litter.