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I used to use wood pellets and nothing else, no bottom layer or anything. I’m transitioning to straw pellets because they are softer and Bam seems to like them better. When Bam was new with me I put pieces of old bedsheets on top of newspaper in his boxes because he seemed only to want to pee on fabric, but after about a year Bam didn’t like fabric in his boxes but removed it before he peed and newspaper isn’t absorbing so I switched to wood pellets.

I scoop out used litter daily. I compost it.