Gotcha.Honestly you can’t really keep them clean all the time at this age. We would just give them a good wipe down with a damp cloth or baby wipe after every meal. Despite that we usually have to give them a water bath at least once every week or two since sometimes they just get covered in stuff.
I see. Hopefully the new owners will do this.You can get a cat fixed as early as 8 weeks but generally you want to wait until 5-6 months of age or there’s a risk of stunted growth. In an ideal world you can keep them completely separate until they are done growing and then get them fixed. But the world isn’t ideal so it’s just a matter of weighing risks for your particular situation.
This was my fear with these and why I never used them.EDIT: I don’t use flea collars on our cats since cats can get a collar caught on objects much easier than a dog. Any collar a cat wears should be a breakaway style collar so they can’t accidentally hang themselves.
Will do!Kittens need to have clean skin, and mama cats are washing them all the time. Don't be afraid to wash them as needed, just make sure they aren't chilled in the process. If that damp wipe isn't enough, go with a partial or full bath.