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1. Most cats don’t drink enough

Cats don’t have the instinct to drink much, because in the wild they get most of the moisture they need from consuming their prey. Indoor cats can’t hunt birds or rodents and are often only fed dry food, which means they should drink a lot of water to stay hydrated.

2. Water is vital for your cat’s health

Staying hydrated is key to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases. When cats don’t drink enough, the minerals in their urine start to crystallize and form stones, which can severely endanger your feline’s health.

The filters inside our Catit drinking fountains remove excess calcium and magnesium from the water before it can be consumed by your cat, helping to prevent bladder and kidney problems even further.

Water is vital for your cat’s health

3. Cats have trouble seeing the water level in a bowl

Most cat owners use stainless steel drinking bowls for their cats, but have you ever noticed how hard it is to spot the water level inside? Even though cats have great eyesight, they possess an even keener sense of hearing.

This means that the sound of running water will certainly draw your curious cat’s attention. This is one of the reasons why Catit drinking fountains offer multiple water flow settings. Even the pickiest cats love them!

4. Cats consider standing water to be unsafe

In nature, standing water is an excellent breeding ground for dangerous bacteria that could make a cat violently ill. Running water, on the other hand, is much safer which is why many domestic cats still prefer drinking from water streams.

In addition to attracting your cat with running water, all Catit drinking fountains feature a filter that removes odors, impurities, calcium and magnesium.

The Catit PIXI Smart Fountain even houses a UVC sterilizer

5. Cats don’t like their whiskers to be touched

A cat’s whiskers are incredibly sensitive and provide your feline with information about the space around them. Some cats suffer from whisker stress, which means they hate it when their whiskers touch a surface – like the sides of a water bowl – for no good reason.

Thanks to the clever design of our Catit drinking fountains, your cat’s whiskers remain untouched for a comfortable, stress-free drinking experience.