Cat Water Fountain
Cat Water Fountain
Cat Water Fountain
Cat Water Fountain
Cat Water Fountain
Cat Water Fountain

Cat Water Fountain

Regular price $75.99 Sale price $29.99

Encourage your cat to drink more.

Drinking regularly is important for your cat’s health as it helps ensure proper kidney function and prevents crystal formation that can lead to urinary tract diseases.

I had no idea how much the cats prefer moving water. I love this fountain! I bought this because my cat is very finicky and very selective on how he drinks his water. This particular Fountain was a very good choice because it is completely silent. Even the water makes no splash as it falls.

My cat likes to drink out of the toilet. I bought her a 60 dollar stainless steel teardrop fountain which she never used- not to mention how loud it is.
This thing is amazing. We have gone through about 10 before this one! This fountain, is easy set up, easy filter change, and best of all..the design is such that pet hair does not get in the bottom in the water.


3 water flow settings for picky drinkers!

Since cats are picky drinkers, Catit developed the Flower Fountain to feature 3 different settings: a gentle water flow, a bubbling top, or calm streams.

Clean water at all times

Unlike bowls, the Catit Flower Fountain pushes only filtered, running water to the surface. This prevents your cat from having access to dirty water.

Includes Triple Action Filter to help prevent urinary tract diseases

The Catit Triple Action filter removes magnesium and calcium from tap water (2). These minerals can accumulate in your pet’s lower urinary tract and lead to urinary tract diseases, which is a common health issue for cats. Active Carbon removes odors and impurities (1), and retains stray hairs, sediment and debris (3).

Easy to clean

The Flower Fountain is easy to take apart for cleaning. Every component is easily accessible and can be cleaned with water and natural soap. Always make sure to rinse thoroughly after cleaning.


If you want your pet to stay hydrated and healthy at all times, you need to get a cat water fountain.

However, why do we need to give our furry pals a fountain? Can't we just let them drink from a typical bowl?

There are several reasons why you need to have a cat water fountain for your pet.

However, first, let us try to look at their drinking habits.

Way back before cats were domesticated; their ancestors mainly lived in the deserts.

In the wild, most of their water intake came from their food. The meat of their prey has a high-moisture content which provides them sufficient liquid.

Mainly, this explains why felines living in the wild usually don't drink water from streams, rivers, and lakes. They only rely on the liquid content in their food to stay hydrated.

On the other hand, domesticated cats don’t have the freedom to hunt their prey just like in the wild.

Instead, they solely rely on the food that we're giving them. Moreover, of course, the food they get from us is entirely different from the meat they get from the wild.

Commercial cat food and processed meat don’t have the same amount of liquid content compared to fresh meat.

It is therefore essential to give them additional ounces of water every day.

They may be domesticated, but they still acquired some inherent traits from their wild ancestors.

Since their ancestors typically don’t search for H2O to drink, domesticated cats also are not the most diligent drinkers.

Some cat owners often experience some trouble in persuading their pets to drink anything.

Our pets need to drink liquids to survive. If we neglect to provide them with sufficient water, they might end up getting sick due to dehydration.

Insufficient liquid intake can result in a myriad of feline health problems such as diseases in kidney and urinary tract.

You've probably tried using water in a bowl and saw them walking away from it. However, what is precisely the reason why they're not enticed to drink from a jar?

Cats typically don't like to drink out of still, stagnant sources. Thus, this is why some kitties will tap the water in the bowl with their paw before they drink it.

When they do this, expect to see some liquid splashing on the floor, and it could get a bit messy.

In most cases, pet owners usually place the water into their food bowl. After the food bowl is emptied.

Naturally, our feline friends would refuse to drink it because they like their water clean and fresh.

Hence, a bowl can’t provide a satisfactory liquid source for your kitty. So how can we entice our pet to ingest water without any hassle and mess?

There is only one solution to this problem:  a cat water fountain.