Welcome to the forum, Vet65!
Some additions to White Cat LoverÂ´s advices.
Are your dogs cat friendly?
Do they chase cats?
I presume they are not openly cat hostile, otherwise you wouldnt even consider a kitten...
There are some difficulties and dangers possible.
A hound, ie a hunter dog, has extra easy to bite at a moments spur, if the cat is darting nearby. Pure hunter instinct.
A big dog is always dangerous to lesser animals by his sheer bigness. If they collide playing - the little one can easily be hurt.
Paradoxical enough the danger may be just because the dog is friendly and wants to play...
And last. Several dogs if together can easy become a hunting pack. And thus, even otherwise quite friendly dogs can in a moments heat, go in for a kill.
So you must watch out, especielly in the beginning till you know they are real good friends, and the dogs have respect for the cat.
On the other side, it is usually not difficult for dogs and cats to be pals, or at least - tolerate each other. Quite many get very good friends. Even if there is a big difference in size.
Dogs are very group- oriented. As soon as the dog realises the cat belongs to the house and is under protection of the humans = his pack leaders - the cat will belong and even be protected by the dog / dogs.
They can thus go on merry hunts and chase foreign cats, but leave be their home cat. (In fact, same is partly thrue about cats: there are examples the cat is friends with the family rabbit but hunts wild rabbits in the forest nearby).
In the beginning, be always there and be watchful. Dont never let them be alone together. Separate them if you are away.
When it is time for the meeting, order the dogs to lie down and lie still. (train this with them if they cant do it yet).
Let the cat smell them and search in his own pace.
This will also learn the dogs they need to have respect for the cat, the cat is under your protection, and does have a quite high status in the hierarchy ladder.
It is usually best to let the cat have higher status then the dogs.
IF you think you will have any big difficulties - dont take a kitten. Take a grown up cat accustomed to dogs. Preferably a female.
She will probably teach them some lessons to behave properly, pawing them soundly a couple of times each...