Hello, everyone! Thanks in advance for any advice you can offer. We are getting a pair of Maine Coon kittens who will be 11 weeks old when we bring them home. They're used to pine pellet litter, so I bought the Breeze Tidy Cat litter box because it's suited to use of that kind of litter. My concern is that they may not be able to easily get into the box. It's 6.5 inches high at the lowest point and in addition has a 2-inch horizontal lip at the top. Can anyone tell me if an 11-week-old kitten can easily navigate this height? I'm sure they could crawl over it but I don't want them to have difficulty and decide it's easier just to go outside the box; my husband is going to be very unhappy if this happens. I thought about putting a little step in front of the box but I'm afraid that might be too frightening for them also since they're coming into a new household with an unimaginable number of unfamiliar and scary things for them to absorb. Thanks again for any advice you have on this. I'm very glad to have found this forum, and hope I can contribute to it as I learn about having a pair of baby Maine Coons.