I had this system before. It is made up of two parts. The first is the ceramic pellets. They do not absorb anything. So urine passes over the pellets and drips down onto a replaceable tray liner that works kind of like a flattened-out disposable diaper.
The pellets dwindle overtime and will need to be refreshed. The pellets will clump onto the defecation.
So, to directly answer your question, I don't see any problem with young kittens using this box. I don't recall the entrance to the box being too tall. However, if it does pose a problem for now, you could put together a little temporary ramp, made of cardboard and duct tape.
As for me, I have moved on to two other types of cat boxes. The first is a jumbo sized Omega Paw Roll 'n Clean Litter Box. It works great. Very quick and easy to clean. I kid you not, the box is easily cleaned in under 10 seconds. There's many demonstration videos on YouTube. The other tray that we use is a high-sided traditional tray. Both are offered on this website.
The other thing that you might want to look at is The World's Best Cat Litter. This stuff is advertised as FLUSHABLE! Dump the lumps in the toilet. Press the flush button and voila, whoosh! It's all gone. I've used it for years now. It is definitely flushable.
If you do go with the Tidy Cat Breeze box, do know that it is a decent system. Just do the math on the consumables before committing to the system. However, in the end, the most important thing is this: only you can decide what works best for you and your lovely kittens. Good luck!
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