Water is critical to keeping your cat healthy. Lack of water can lead to chronic low-level dehydration, which in turn can lead to urinary tract and kidney problems. If you suspect your cat isn’t drinking enough water, a fountain might prompt her to stay better hydrated. Many cats are attracted to running water, so a fountain can be a great way  to encourage them to drink more.

In a recent article for Animal Wellness, I explained what to look for in a fountain.

Click here to read Buying a Water Fountain for Your Cat.

You can find all our favorite fountains in our Product Guide. Click on the image below to go directly to the fountains page.


3 Comments on Buying a Water Fountain for Your Cat? Here’s What To Look For

  1. I would love to buy a ceramic, cordless water fountain. Still haven’t found one with those specifics. I leave 4 bowls of water around the house for Tasha. 2 upstairs and 2 downstairs.

  2. I would be afraid that Ms. Mida will get water all over the floor as it now she puts her paw in the water of her small bowls and empty the water out of them.

  3. I keep saying I am going to try a water fountain, but I always think about it when I don’t have any extra money. But I do keep 3 water bowls around the house. My girls like drinking out of the sink, so I have a bowl in one bathroom and the kitchen sink and one on the kitchen floor just in case someone doesn’t feel like jumping one day. I fill them several times a day.

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