Catit Flower Fountain: 3L Cat Water Fountain with Triple-Action Filter

May 9, 2019 - Comment

The Catit Flower Fountain is based on the successful Catit Drinking Fountain and has a fresh, unique design that allows up to 3 different water flow settings to appeal to picky drinkers! When plugged in without accessories, the Flower Fountain provides a gently flowing water surface. Inserting the flower accessory creates long, faucet-like streams of

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The Catit Flower Fountain is based on the successful Catit Drinking Fountain and has a fresh, unique design that allows up to 3 different water flow settings to appeal to picky drinkers! When plugged in without accessories, the Flower Fountain provides a gently flowing water surface. Inserting the flower accessory creates long, faucet-like streams of water. The flower is easy to add to (or remove from) the fountain. Adding the flower cap will tone down the bubbling water on top, so give this setting a try if your cat would rather play with the water than drink from it. The Flower Fountain is easy to disassemble and clean and has an ergonomic design matching the Catit Multi Feeder (#43741). Combine the two for a complete dining experience! The Catit Flower Fountain is compatible with the Catit Senses 2.0 Water Softening Filters (#43744). Low power usage

Product Features

  • Allows 3 different water flow settings for picky drinkers and offers maximum oxygenation for fresher, better tasting water
  • 3L re-circulating system takes up little floor space. Dimensions are 9.0 x 8.3 x 7.7 inches
  • The unique design makes only fresh water available to the cat
  • Includes a dual-action water softening filter and a small energy-efficient pump. Made of BPA-free materials
  • Ergonomic design matching the Catit Multi Feeder (#43741). Combine the two for a complete dining experience
  • If the pump is making excessive noise, be sure to check the water level as it is most likely low

Comments

Anonymous says:

Cats love it, and how to avoid the filters! Your cat(s) will seriously love this fountain. At one point, I had to clean out the fountain, since the filter had to be replaced and after I left a bowl of water for my cats, they were still persistent and clawed at the fountain because that’s the only place they wanted water from!Now onto the negative, my big and only gripe: the filters which forced me to knock off 2 stars. I cannot stand the propriety filters that cost $12 for a 2 pack, and have to be changed out every month(3-4/wks). That’s $72 a year, for a $20-$30 piece of equipment.My solution? Just use coffee filters, or even napkins! My cats have always drank straight tap water and are perfectly fine with it, and many others including vets will also tell you it’s safe. You could easily just go and also buy one of those $10 PUR/Brita faucet filters to take it one-step further. The biggest reason I really see a need for a filter is to catch any hairs or debris that might try to fall into the fountain…

Anonymous says:

Almost perfect. A minor modification makes it great for us! Almost perfect. The flower is too low for our cat. He’d gotten addicted to putting his head under the faucet and letting the water run down his face and then drink it. Weird but it worked for him. Initially it was funny and cute, but he got really insistent about it and it became obnoxious. So we had to figure out a solution. This looked like a good one and so we tried it. SO GLAD we did. He immediately knew it it was for him, but he couldn’t get his face under the flower. So I fixed it. At the hardware store, I found a plastic pipe extender that tapers on both ends and is the same exterior diameter to that of the flower stem where it inserts into the unit (the hole also tapers). I supergluded this to the base of the stem and now the flower is high enough for him to use it the way that makes sense to his weird little brain. :)UPDATE: 7/24/2017 – it’s been running more or less nonstop now for seven months. We got a kitten a few months ago and he likewise figured…

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