How To Choose A Cat Water Fountain

There are several important factors to consider when choosing a cat water fountain

In order to ensure your cats, and you, are exceedingly happy with it. One set of these factors has to do with the physical and temperamental nature of your cats, the other has to do with your preferences and your home.

How to Choose a Cat Water FountainFor example some cat fountains are not suitable for longhair and flat faced-cats because they would get their fur wet. In addition, some cats like it lively, others want quiet and calm. Some people like the sound of falling water and others do not. We have fountain designs to satisfy every combination of your cats’ physical and temperamental attributes, as well as a wide range of styles and colors to suit you and your home decor. Below is just a small selection of our many cat fountain designs.

Cat Water Fountains for longhair cats need to provide a stream and/or a raised drinking area in order for them to keep their fur dry when drinking. Our stream fountains, raised bubble-up fountains and fountains with an elevated drinking area provide this.

Here is a link specifically for flat-faced, or short-faced cats.

Below is an intrepid kitten exploring her new cat fountain. Clearly not the timid type. The fountain is on a high setting and for some cats this would be too much activity.

Short hair cats can use just about any good quality cat fountain, (ceramic of course). Our bubble-up fountains are the simplest and almost all cats take to them. Here are a few cat fountains designed with the short hair cat in mind.

In choosing a cat fountain with your preferences in mind, there are a couple of things to know about the sound of fountains. Here is a link with videos that gives the different designs of fountains and demonstrates the sounds they make.