To tell the truth, a front wheelchair has varying success with dogs, but I have never ever heard of one for a cat. I think only a very unusual cat
would put up with it, and I say that as a cat lover. More likely they would just scootch right out of it. I suppose you can try it, but I am guessing you will be expending time and effort and resources for something that ultimately will not be well accepted by the cat.
I would really like to see a picture of this kitten. Frankie, I sent you my email by private message so if you want to forward some pics I will get them posted.
There are a lot of cats with various front leg deformities such as radial hypoplasia and radial aplasia. Without seeing the photos it is hard to know how short her legs are or what is going on. If we can see the pictures it would help.
I am including a link to another topic about a kitten because it mentions how to keep the wraps on. I would say, you will have to be very careful if you are going to "wrap" the feet, you cannot afford to risk cutting off the circulation, which would be easy to do in the attempt to keep the wraps from slipping off. We had someone here one time whose cat had been declawed and the vet wrapped the paws too tight and they were facing amputation, you have to be careful.
I imagine the kitten will develop calluses with time. It might partly be a matter of letting them build up gradually and limiting playtime temporarily if they start to get too raw.viewtopic.php?f=22&t=18198&hilit=roo