Check your kitten’s eyes, ears and nose
The cat’s eyes should be bright and clear, and the nose should be free of discharge. The cat’s ears should also be clean inside. If you notice discharge from your eyes or nose, especially if your eyes are not clear (look cloudy), or your ears look dirty or scratched, see your veterinarian to have them checked.
Check the kitten’s fur
Cats are often soft and plentiful. If they shed too much, are patchy, and have large bald spots (it will often be difficult to see large patches of hair falling because your cat sheds most hair every day), then you should take your cat to see your vet.
Make sure your kittens eat and drink enough meals each day
Your cat may not eat the same amount of food each day, but if your cat refuses to eat more than one meal, consider that your cat may be sick.
Make sure your cat is pooping every day
When you check and clean the litter box, make sure it contains cat waste (feces and urine). The cat’s feces should always be solid, if your cat has diarrhea, is not urinating or is “going badly” every day, you should have your cat checked.
Be mindful of your cat’s daily activities
A kitten is a strange, whimsical creature. Some days they run around the house, others sleep all day. One minute ago they are making your baby, a minute later they were biting you and hiding under the bed. These are all normal cat behaviors and you will likely see these behaviors every day or every few days. However, if your cat suddenly doesn’t want to play with their daily toys, or if your cat just sleeps all day, doesn’t want to get up, run or poke you, these are signs that the cat Your home is having a medical or psychological problem.
In the event that your cat refuses to eat or eats less, you may need to force it (see below). However, you also need to take the cat to see the vet immediately to avoid a bad situation.
To feed your cat, you will need a dropper or syringe. Mix canned cat food with a special cat milk substitute, stirring it well to create a thick paste (use a blender to mix better). Fill the dropper or syringe with the food and place it in the kitten’s mouth. Slowly feed the kitten little by little to prevent choking. The amount of food depends on the weight of the cat, in this case, feed the kitten less and not overfeed.