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I tried fresh step but it's quite dusty... so could anyone recommend me a better one please?

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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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I use Feline Pine for my 11 week old kitten. Does anyone have experience with this? I like it because there is no dust, he doesn't smell like cat litter after he uses it, and it's flushable! It may be more expensive, but it lasts longer because the pellets are absorbent.
 
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