Cylindrical worms in a kitten are most likely roundworms--almost all kittens and puppies are born with them. You should be able to buy pyrantel pamoate at a pet store. I dose it at 1 ml/10 pounds body weight. So a typical 3 month old kitten would get around 0.3-0.4 ml, depending on how big she is.
I would give a dose (adjusting for weight gain) every 2 weeks for 4 doses.
It isn't a bad idea to treat all the cats in the household, particularly if they share a litter box.
But do save up some money as Little Girl needs to get started on her vaccinations. She should also be tested for feline leukemia and feline AIDS--very important to know, since you have another cat in the household that could be at risk.
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