their almost 2 weeks?
A normal bath will not remove the lice. So you should get something from the vet. And then you can ask whether a ath or something else is better to get rid of the parasites.
You could ask a vet whether a medicine with "fipronil" is available for kittens that age. That is a medicine that is applied to the cats skin and makes the cats blood poisonous to parasites but doesn't harm the cat. It will remove the lice.
Other than that, you can comb them out.
I never wash my cats. They clean themselves. The cat mom will clean them with her tongue. If a kitten is so dirty that he/she has problems cleaning the fur or if the cat has been in contact with possibly unhealthy stuff like paint or oils, then you can help him/her with a bath. If a cat has very long fur you should brush them then and again.
You cant really trea newborns for fleas, get any other animals you have de flead and take the kittens and mum into the vets to get them to do it or phone them up to ask them depending on how newborn they are.
I honestly wouldn't recommend bathing kittens that young. As said, in most cases the mother will clean the kittens themselves.
When they are old enough to regulate their own heat....that would be about 4 weeks or so.
Cats don't get lice...surely you mean fleas.
Cat bathe themselves.
cats do get lice
Mine has fleas.
they have lice