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Just the box then a thick layer of recycled paper pellets. They do sit directly on it, and Licorice is pretty neat. Nothing flies out.

I don’t worry about wet areas. However, Winter liked to kick the litter out so I used a mesh grid for a while so she wouldn’t. I recently took it off and since then no more litter out of the box!

It was bought mesh. I had two different ones, one elevated and one not. I preferred the elevated one as it was harder for her to remove it.