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Sippin’ Pretty

Please your cat & encourage water consumption with a cat fountain!

Cat Taps offers an array of gorgeous, one-of-a-kind, handcrafted ceramic pet fountains designed with your cat’s wellness in mind. These beautiful, easy-to-clean fountains provide enticing filtered, freshly oxygenated water in a design that suits all different drinking preferences. $279


Adorable and functional, the LED Flower Fountain from CatIt features a triple-action filter for pure, great-tasting water. There’s also a water level indicator and the petal top will allow your cat to drink even when the fountain is off. $40,


The sleek Swan drinking fountain from Pioneer Pet is made from BPA-free plastic and comes with a replaceable charcoal filter to help you keep your cat’s circulated water healthy and clean! It’s also easy to clean and dishwasher safe. $40,


Want your cat to be able to drink from the tap? The AquaPurr and AquaPurr Decorator fountains connect to your faucet. The flow is triggered by your cat, delivering fresh water, no cleaning or filter required! $89 (AquaPurr), $139 (AquaPurr Decorator),


The new PETKIT Eversweet Smart Water Fountain from Instachew may be the ultimate smart pet fountain. With an upgraded purification system that provides filtered and oxygen-enriched water, ultra-quiet pump, energy saving mode, and built in indicators to remind you to change the filter to refill, you can rest assured your cat’s water will stay clean and fresh. $65,


Provide your cat with a continuous flow of fresh, filtered water with the new Drinking Buddy automatic fresh water cat fountain from Cocktails and Meows. In this easy to clean, BPA-free fountain, the fresh water streams out of the fish’s mouth, encouraging more water consumption. $38,

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  • Roxann

    My cat likes to drink from a small stream from the tub because he likes to have the water run down over his back, I have tried several fountains and he refuses ro use them. Very costly items sitting around or donated now.

  • Susan

    My cat also refuses to use a fountain. I ordered one online that had great reviews, but I think he’s afraid of it. So I just put an additional bowl of water in the basement and he’s always drinking out of it.

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