Well, first he's gonna be scared, so a couple of sleeping pouches
and blankies with your scent on them inside the pouches
will give him some comfort. And get to know your smell. A glider safe wheel will give him some exercise, and he will need toys
. He will need a couple of days to acclimate to the new smells and his new surroundings. You might want to leave a tv or radio on the first few nights so he doesn't feel all alone. You will need a bonding
pouch so that after a couple of days, you can let him sleep on you during the day for a few hours.
Do you have a tent or a baby proof bathroom? Spend as much time with him that you can and give him treats by hand, be preparedto be nipped, don't flinch, otherwise he will bite more if he knows it works. Tweezers for treats or a popcicle stick with honey or yogurt on it may help you get used to him, and him to you.
talk to him softly like you would to a baby, and sing to him ifyou like, anything to get him used to your presence.