Be sure your kitten is fed and content.This can help the kitten go potty. Kittens at this age will usually only eat kitten formula (milk) by the bottle. You can purchase these items as needed at your local Wal-Mart or Pet Store.
Dampen an un-textured cloth. Such as a paper towel. Make sure the water is warm, but not too hot, as this can irritate the kitten or burn them.
Hold your kitten and gently rub the kittens genitals and rectum area mimicking a mother cat’s tongue. This is what the mother would do after feeding her kittens to let them know that they need to urinate and defecate. Be sure that this is in an area where it is okay for the area to get dirty.
If the kitten has urinated, it will feel warm and be a diluted yellow color. Once the kitten has urinated, be sure to help her defecate with a clean part of the cloth. This can prevent infection and irritation.
Step Five :
If the kitten is straining too hard to defecate, help it by gently pulling out the feces. This should be a soft, but not runny, texture and yellow to brown in color.
Clean the kittens genitals and rectum to make sure no infections can occur.
If you have any questions or concerns Contact your veterinarian, and make the kitten an appointment.