It’s very rare for a kitten to develop Mycoplasma. If your vet does not have it under control, they may put the cat on antibiotics and be done with it. Usually this is enough.
How do I know if my kitten has salmonella?
Salmonella bacteria are found in the feces of chickens, turkeys, rabbits and other animals that live in chicken coops or barns without good ventilation. Salmonella can infect a healthy animal through contact with contaminated soil or water or directly from eating infected birds or their eggs/fertilized eggs, so pet owners should always wash their hands after handling chickens and chicks! In addition to direct exposure from poultry feces they might also get infected by touching objects where poultry droppings had been shed (such as car tires) since cats will often scratch at these surfaces when trying to sharpen their claws. Cats that eat raw meat can contract Salmonella from swallowing infected food particles while grooming themselves; they cannot catch Salmonellae from drinking uncontaminated tap-water…although some people think otherwise but all petcare brands tested meet sanitary standards set by the FDA..Kitty litter needs no special cleaning..the only real risk comes when you handle your feline friends with dirty hands after going outside!