Keep Your Cats Health And Happy With This Cat Water Fountain
Are you a health loving cat pet owner? Here’s a fresh filtered fountain water for your cat with an internal filter cleansing system.
Drinking water regularly is very important for your cat’s health as it helps ensure proper kidney function and prevents crystal formation that can lead to urinary tract diseases.
3 Waterflow Settings
Since Cats are picky about everything including drinking, we have designed 3 special settings including a gentle water flow, a bubbling top, or calm water streams to choose from.
3 Layer Filtering System
The unique triple action filter removes magnesium and calcium from the tap water. These minerals can accumulate in your pet’s lower urinary tract and lead to urinary tract diseases which is a common issue for cats. It also removes odor cause by bacteria and chlorine, and retains stray hair, sediment, and debris.
Fully Certified For Safety
Easy To Clean
The Purified Cat Pet Water Drinking Fountain is very easy to take apart and every part is easily accessible and can be cleaned with water and natural soap.
Always make sure to rinse thoroughly after cleaning.
- Material – Plastic PP
- Power Source – Charge
- Min Output – 50g
- Max Output – 1500g
- Water Capacity – 1.5 liters (54oz)
- Voltage – AC 220V/50Hz
- Overall Size – Approx. L 19cm x W 19cm x H 16cm / 7.48 x 7.48 x 6.30in
- Cable Length – 1.8m
- Purified Cat Pet Water Drinking Fountain
- AC Adapter
- Charcoal Filter
- Instruction Manual
How Much Water Cats Should Drink
Typically, cats need between 3.5–4.5 ounces of water per 5 pounds of body weight per day. If you have a 10-pound cat, they should be consuming between 7–9 ounces of water, or about half an average bottle of water. And our cat water fountain has proven to attract and encourage most cats to drink regularly.
Did You Know?
Some cats do not like their water near their food. In the wild, cats don’t like to eat near their water source. If it ends up there, they’ll often drag the food to another spot. That’s because evolution has taught them that their prey can contaminate their water.