Hello, friends. Today, I just got the flower fountain. I ordered through the Amazon. Our cat, Chasey, she loves to play with water. The Flower Fountain uses running water to encourage your pet 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 diseases. The Catit Flower Fountain includes a dual-action water softening filter (refill sets available separately). The filter continuously purifies and softens hard tap water, while also retaining stray hairs, sediment and debris.
The Catit Flower Fountain is easy to disassemble and clean. Simply hand-wash each part with natural soap, free of chemicals or abrasive solutions and rinse thoroughly. Combine the Flower Fountain with the Catit Multi Feeder for a complete dining experience!
How can I get my cat to drink? I’ve tried all 3 settings
If your cat refuses to drink, or even go near the Flower Fountain, try squatting beside it and dipping your fingers in the water. Show your cat what the product does and that there is nothing to fear. Have patience, as it may take a few days for them to get accustomed to it.
Can I clean the pump?
Should the pump appear dirty, you can easily open it up for a quick cleaning session. The Flower Fountain includes a handy manual with a illustrated explanation of its parts and appropriate maintenance.
When do I need to replace the filter?
The filter should be replaced every 3-4 weeks, or when there are visible signs that the filter is saturated with foreign matter (debris, food, hair, etc). More frequent changes may be necessary due to indoor environmental and water conditions, as well as multiple pet use.
How often should I replace the water inside?
The Flower Fountain keeps water fresh and clear for longer by continuous multi-filtration. Check the reservoir every few days to judge whether or not the water needs replacing.
I was using water bowls for my cats but noticed that they wouldn’t drink much from it. After doing some research, I learned that many cats actually prefer to drink moving water over still water. A lot of fountains that are currently on the market are too bulky or have too many components that make cleaning a chore, so this one seemed perfect. It’s compact, doesn’t take up much space, and there isn’t a huge pool of water for my cats to mess around with. I have to say that I’ve never seen my cats drink so much water in one sitting, or as often daily! The surface is wide enough that both of them can drink from it at the same time.