I know what your thinking! In this guide I will tell you how to manage toilet-training, feeding, and sleeping arrangements! Possibly more!
Sorry, I don't really have good photos!
DON'T GIVE KITTY COW MILK, IT MAKES THEM VERY ILL!
Step 1: Things to Consider!
When picking up Kitty from, say, the breeder, rub a towel against Kitty's Mum/ Other Littermates. Wrap Kitty in the towel when you take it home, so Kitty feels safer, because he/she has familiar smells around.
Step 2: Introducing Kitty to the House!
Praise Kitty as much as you can!
Step 3: Sleeping Arrangements and Toilet Training!
Fill up a litter box with Cat Litter. Place it in an enclosed room with Kitty, preferably a room where Kitty is familiar with, and you want it to sleep in . Keep the Litter Box in the bedroom, and I recommend not shifting the place of the litter box. Your Kitty will be spending many hours in it's bedroom, so it will need to 'unload' in that time. If you notice Kitty is squatting on the ground, urgently place Kitty in the Litter Box. Praise Kitty with treats and strokes. Cats dislike sleeping in their waste, so they will naturally use the litter box if it is in the bedroom. Every time Kitty uses the Litter Box on it's own, praise it. Cats naturally use Litter Boxes, so you don't really need to worry about training it to use it. Put a bed and toys in the bedroom. If Kitty has an accident, do not yell at it, that will make matters worse. Just lock it in it's bedroom, as it has time to calm down, and feels a little punished, but not physically hurt, so it is kindly reminded not to unload inside.
Step 4: Feeding!
eating soft solids by now. If Kitty is a kitten, it is best to provide it with milk designed for kittens. You can buy that at Supermarkets and Pet Stores. On the back of most cat food boxes, it tells you how much to feed your cat depending on age. Do not change your cat's diet unless your vet or breeder says.