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Dry nose kitten

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I can understand not realizing that the kind of litter is important. And often the litter type is fine as long as you are changing from pellets to sand texture rather than the reverse.

I wonder if because the kitten was raised with pellet litter it may have been super curious about this new litter type and thus stuck its nose into it more than one might expect?
I think u r right. I had to get him to stop playing in it. He seems to not be in any pain and with cleaning off his nose and going back to pellets his nose isn't better yet but hasn't gotten worse.

He runs around all over the place and seems to be happy :D