That is an excellent idea. Here is how you should go about it:
1. Grab the kitten gently and throw it in a sack
2. Kittens get lonely. After the kitten is in the sack, stick your head inside of it so the kitten doesn’t get lonely and scared. He may gently paw your face and your eyes.
3. Bobcat kittens require Bobcat milk. You will need to locate the mother and milk her. As this can be a delicate operation, you should not wear gloves or any other type of protective clothing that could get in the way of gaining an adequate milk supply. The adult mother may not stand still while you were attempt this, but think of the kitten.
4. Finally, if a kitten cannot be located, adult bobcats are easily tamed and make loving gentle pets.
Ps. Obviously you shouldn’t attempt any of the above, and while this should be obvious and go without saying, considering you were even asking this question in the first place, I felt I better state this directly. Have a nice day.