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Catit Fresh & Clear Drinking Fountain for Cats and Puppies
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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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|Size||6.25 lb||2 lb||3.75 lb||64 fl. oz.|
|Dimensions||8 inches x 16 inches||8.7 inches x 8.3 inches||4.5 inches x 9 inches||8.5 inches x 8.5 inches|
|Item Weight||0.01 kilograms||0.98 kilograms||25 grams||1.17 kilograms|
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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.Read more ›
So my 8 1/2 year old cat got a bad case of cat acne all of a sudden. This affect his behavior in ways that really freaked me out... one of which is that he stopped drinking water out of the ceramic dishes he had been drinking water out of for his entire life. And on top of that, he became OBSESSED with the sink faucets (both the kitchen and bathroom). He never once even cared about sinks/faucets/dripping water ever before. Not only was I extremely worried about him dehydrating, but I was also worried sick and only sleeping about 2 hours a night because I'd hear him jump up to the kitchen sink, jump down off the counter, run up to the bathroom sink, jump up, jump down and repeat that pattern all night. So we tried closing the bathroom door in hopes it would force him to his drinking bowls... no such luck. All night the pacing would continue with heart-wrenching cries.
It got to the point, where this most loving, social and affectionate cat wanted nothing to do with anyone or anything. Granted he wasn't feeling well because of the acne, but his behavioral patterns/changes were very worrisome. My holistic vet explained that cats, when sick, will always seek out the freshest source of water - regardless if they ever once drank from a faucet or shower before. She recommended getting a drinking fountain.
So I came here and read reviews for the Hagen Catit fountain, the drinkwell and the petmate(?Read more ›
The water flows quietly and smoothly over the dome, provided the fountain is on a level surface. At initial start-up and after refilling it may be necessary to "massage" the dome to break any "static cling" that would prevent smooth-flowing water. The one on the ceramic tile floor is a bit off-level so it doesn't flow as smoothly or as soundlessly as the one on the hardwood floor. But it's a LOT quieter than the Drinkwell fountains. A cushioned placemat underneath the fountains helps catch any kitty-spills and makes the fountains virtually sound-free! I like the bubble design and it doesn't take up much room. I'm very happy with this product.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This particular drinking point did not work for our two cats that well. The fountain itself operated as it was supposed to, but had some cons that we just couldn't oversee. Read morePublished 6 days ago by AzRain
We have used it for about 2 months and now it's not level and stopped filling up the bowl area. We have to adjust it and press on it to get the water to flow.Published 20 days ago by Watkins
We have a 5 pound Chihuahua and a 7 pound cat they are both 3 1/2 yo I was worried my dog wouldn't like it but she absolutly loves it and my cat finally stopped drinking out of our... Read morePublished 28 days ago by shelley
Works Great, cats love it to. We recommend the placemat too.Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer