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Catit Fresh & Clear Drinking Fountain for Cats and Puppies

by Catit
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List Price: $54.99
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  • Provides a continuous supply of fresh and clean drinking water
  • Large surface areas adds oxygen to water: for fresher, tastier water
  • Replaceable Purifying Filter: collects food, hair and debris; also helps to reduce bad tastes, odors, and absorbs impurities present in tap water
  • Protective plastic cord guard: prevents cord contact with water; protects cord from pet chewing
  • Equipped with detachable AC adaptor and convenient dome handle
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 16 x 8 inches ; 2.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0006L2LWS
  • Item model number: 50050
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (193 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,884 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The Catit Design Fresh & Clear Drinking Fountain with Food Bowl responds to your pet's need for a continuous supply of fresh and clean drinking water. Re-circulating water with greater exposure to oxygen provides fresh-tasting, cool filtered water for pets with a multitude of health benefits. Multi-surface drinking areas allow your pet to drink from the bowl or directly from the dome. The unit's greater water capacity, 100 fluid ounces, ensures that continuous fresh water is always available, and eliminates the need for daily refilling. Its safe, low-voltage system (12 Volts) is energy-efficient, consuming less than 4 watts (less power than a night light). Suitable for multiple pets, the Catit Design Fresh & Clear Drinking Fountain with Food Bowl is also suitable for puppies and small dogs. The Catit Design Fresh & Clear Drinking Fountain with Food Bowl is easy to clean and maintain, and is ideal for any living space. It also includes a food dish as free bonus. Replacement purifying filters and matching place mat sold are separately.


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Customer Reviews

The filter get gross really quickly, too.
Stacey
So when my pump gurgles, and the reservoir is virtually full, I pour a glass of water over the dome and it runs into the base and solves the problem.
J. Hallsten
The motor still works and I've had the fountain for almost a year now.
Snow Lover

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

145 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Steve C. Joyner on July 8, 2005
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I have had this Catit fountain for about a week. Like a previous user mentioned, the unit itself is a bit "high-maintenance" -- at least until you've used it awhile. While I don't find refilling the unit difficult, doing a weekly cleaning (recommended) takes about 5-7 minutes -- an eternity compared to rinsing out a water bowl. And periodically (every 4-6 weeks), it is suggested you do a detailed cleaning. This entails disassembling the unit, including the little water pump, and giving it a thorough, soaping-water cleaning. I suspect this is about a 10-20 minute process from start to finish. That said, my cat loves the fountain, so the time investment is worth it. And no more water everywhere!

I like the the idea of flowing water to keep the water oxygenated. I also like that the fountain, and dome in particular, allows my cat a great option for playing with his water without splashing it all over the floor and wall. (My cat is a big time splasher.)

I'm not concerned about the water being exposed to airborne contaminants (as another reviewer mentioned). In addition to the water being circulated, it is also filtered by an included, replaceable charcoal filter. The filters come in three-paks at about US$[...] per package. I suspect I'll go through about 8 filters in a year. (You can use the unit without the filter, but performance declines and it seems to make more noise.)

Bottom line: I think this is a better, more natural, and more interesting "water source" for my cat than anything else I have seen on the market. And if I sense my cat is happy, I don't mind a little extra work keeping his water source fun, clean, and brimming.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By szczotka on January 18, 2006
I researched the topic well before I bought the Cat It water fountain. And after reading multiple multiple reviews of many different products (including this one) I was prepared for a lot of different problems: clogging, algea, water splashed all over the place, thing not working properly, etc. I needed to buy something though to regain control over my bathtub, so I chose the Cat It water fountain. And after two months of owning and operationg the Cat It fountain, I have to admit none such thing has happened yet! It is very quiet, you can only hear the water flow if it is very quiet in the house. My cats have not figured out how to make a mess with it, and love it (to the point that they show little or no interest in the bathtub!). Each of my three cats has their own way of drinking out of the fountain and they definitely like it. It is not high maintenance: I clean it about once a week, but it could go longer without cleaning. It holds quite a lot of water: for three cats I only have to refill 2-3 times a week (and it is a middle of heating season). The filters do pretty good job of catching the debris and are easy to rinse out. So if you want to get your cats out of your sink or tub, I definitely recommend this product!
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67 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Melissa McCauley VINE VOICE on June 7, 2005
When my Petmate drinking fountain died, there were no replacement motors or new Petmate fountains available at my local PetsMart. They did have this Catit fountain (more reasonably priced than the Petmate), so intrigued by its unusual look, I bought it. My cats received this replacement enthusiastically - but now that I see it in action, I am not so crazy about its design. The water comes out of a central point in the top of the half-sphere and covers the entire outside of the dome. The cats seem to like the novelty of multiple places to lick the water, but the water is exposed to airborne contaminants (and cat saliva) and quickly becomes dirty. The half-sphere is also the water reservoir. To refill the water, you must take the entire dome off, turn it upside down under the faucet to fill it, then flip it back over and line up three pegs to settle the dome back into place. If you are not that coordinated - like me - you can quickly end up with a big puddle of water spreading across the floor before you line up the darn pegs.

Pro - Cats Like it.
Con - Big points off for not being user friendly.

Conclusion - When this one dies, I'll go back to a Petmate or the more expensive Drinkwell.

UPDATE-This broke after only 2 months of use!
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Barbara Edwards on August 5, 2006
JULY 26, 2006 I've had the Catit drinking fountain for about a week now. So far so good - the only concern I have is the plug-in "box" gets very warm. The cord stays cool, but I'm going to call the manufacturer tomorrow & see what's up with that. A few people have said some electricronics with those type of plugs will do this & no need to worry...we'll see...

My 4 cats took to it instantly, though none of them have ever drank from anywhere but their designated water bowls. They spend a lot more time drinking now than ever before & there's plenty of room for all of them to gather & drink from it at the same time.

Recently, one of my cats had a urinary tract infection. When I took her to my vet, he said to give all my cats distilled water from now on - not the Brita filtered water I'd been giving them, or spring/bottled water - distilled only. It's not very expensive - about 70 cents/gallon, but with 4 finicky cats that refuse to drink water with anything floating around in it, I was going to be in for a lot of hassle just to keep it stocked up for them (I usually refill their bowls with fresh water twice a day).

I was browsing through a pet supply catalogue recently & saw the watering fountains - something I'd never thought of purchasing until now. I don't need to filter the water of minerals, etc. (since it's distilled), but this was the only fountain I've seen that filters both water impurities & floating debris - none of the others I researched filtered debris. Now I can avoid wasting all that store bought water during the daily water bowl changings. I just add water to it a few times a week between cleanings; no more hair & debris floating around in stagnant water.
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