Oh, these filthy, tiny, adorable beasts! I do a warm water wipe-off after they eat, but with their dining habits combined with diarrhea, frequent bathing is essential. Believe me, I wish I didn't have to do it, but it was time (again).
I always wash the dirtiest kitten first, and of course, that was Maeve. Dip, scrub, rinse, dry, then back into the carrier she went, and out came Delphine for her bath.
Dip, scrub, rinse, dry, then back into the carrier she went, and when I grabbed Evie, I discovered she had some fresh poo on her hindquarters. Then I peeked inside the carrier , and yep, there was a puddle in the back corner and those kittens I just cleaned were no longer clean.
So we started all over again.