Re: Litter training
You're expecting a lot out of kittens of their age. They won't be fairly consistent for a couple more weeks and may even still have accidents if a litter box isn't in sight until 3-4 months. I agree with confining them to a smaller area. Take note of how long after they eat they need to go, keep them confined until they go and then let them out for a romp.
You should be using regular clay litter for kittens....no clumping litter! Some of them do tend to eat it, a little won't hurt as long as it's not clumping type.
One thing that may help with the training is Dr. Elsey's Kitten Attract litter, it is formulated to have a smell that attracts them to the box.
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