It’s a normal question and I will tell you how to answer it.
Can we bathe our kittens without them getting sick? Of course! Cats, like us humans, need to be clean all the time. They get dirty when they play in the dirt or go outside and then come back in. We all know that cats cannot swim but if they do get wet they can take care of themselves for up to several minutes before needing help; their body temperature keeps them warm even after a dunking so there is no need for concern about cold water shock hitting them while swimming alone.
But what should we use for bathing a kitten? There are many different types of shampoo available on the market today from natural shampoos made with traditional ingredients to synthetic shampoos which have been proven safe and effective at removing dirt from your cat’s fur simply by rinsing off with plain water afterward. Both types work well as long as safety precautions are observed during use including using only one product at a time since both may contain ingredients that could be harmful if used together or too much of either type could cause problems such as drippy eyes, irritated skin or vomiting episodes due to an upset stomach (this last effect is more relevant when dealing with very young kittens who don’t yet have any idea what soap tastes like). Here is some information on each type: