If your kitten will not eat dry food and only eat wet food what should you do?

Quite simply: Just feed the kitten wet food! If your lifestyle allows, feed just wet food several times a day, or purchase a food bowl/storer that is on a timer. Most of these can keep the food fresh and cool.

Kittens and cats are strict carnivores. They get all their nutritional needs from meat. Kittens in particular, need a lot of Protein and Fat in order to grow and develop in a healthy manner. The best cat foods are the ones with a very high meat content (labeled as Chicken, Turkey, Tuna, etc.) as the FIRST ingredient with no grains, wheat, or corn. Foods that are free of grains, corns, and wheat gluten are highly recommended as these are cheap "filler" that bulk up foods - but have no nutritional value for your kitten. Wet food with these specifications are much easier to find than in dry food. A lot of dry foods have a very high amount of grains and cereals in.

Dry food contains no moisture, so is quite dehydrating. Cats are notoriously bad drinkers, even when they are thirsty. This is because they have evolved to get all their needed moisture from their prey (their ancestors were cats that lived in very dry and arid environments where water was hard to come by). It is a trait that has been passed down over the thousands of years.

Canned or pouched food has anywhere between 60 to 80% water. Seeing as in the wild a cat's prey is around 70% water, wet food provides a cat with more than enough water each day.

However, if you feel you must get your kitten to eat some dry food, try mixing a little wet food in the dry and decreasing the amount of mix wet food over time.