Clay clumping litter works well, but isn't good for young kittens. They tend to try and eat it or even just play in it so much they end up ingesting/inhaling quite a bit of it and the dust. The clumping agent can cause blockages. So non-clumping litter for babies.
Once they get past that stage, (depends on the kitten....I've actually never had one with an issue, so I'd start them on non-clumping and quickly move them over to clumping) you can move them to whatever works best for them and you. Litter is a matter of preference and what one person/cat may like another will hate. So you may have to experiment at bit.
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