First, run your fingers through the tangled hair before using a brush and comb. Use a clean cloth and warm water if your kitten is a little dirty. Don't use soap to prevent irritation on the skin
Pet him before brushing his fur. Play with the comb and brush, so that he gets used to it. Comb the fur from head to tail. Check the hair and skin for signs of fleas or parasites. Then brush the bristles to remove dead hair. Pamper them by stroking their fur - especially on the belly and hard to reach areas.
Clean the eyes and ears
If the eye is a little watery, carefully clean it with a cotton swab soaked in warm water. Use a different cotton swab for each eye.
Clean the ears using a dry cotton swab. Don't go too deep or poke hard. Consult the vet if the feces are more and a little darker than usual.
Healthy teeth and gums are clean, free of deposits, and gums that are pink in color. Routine checking his mouth will make it easier for you to clean his teeth or when administering medicine.
The place to claw will help it file its claws. You have to cut them when they get older. Ask your vet how.