You will need to make several provisions before bringing your kitten home.
Burmese like to be warm and although they will usually find their way to the top of a boiler or the airing cupboard they need their own bed too for security as well as comfort. There is a wide choice available at pet stores. Igloo beds are particularly suitable for kittens as they offer draught-free security.
A litter tray should be placed near to the kitten’s bed. Again there is a wide variety of styles available. There are also several different types of cat litter and it is sensible to keep to the type the kitten is used to – at least for the first few weeks.
Many breeders will give you a “goody bag” of food on collection, which will last for a few days. However it is as well to find out what food the kitten is used to and to have some at home as a change in diet can lead to stomach upsets.
When you collect your kitten take a secure carrying basket with a blanket inside. Baskets with an opening on top are easiest to use. It is not safe for a kitten to be loose in a car.