Want A Cat Fountain That’s Easy And Safe?

Are you tired of spending so much time each month cleaning your cat fountain?

Are you sick of slime build-up?

Do you need a fountain that’s easy to assemble and maintain?

Do you hate having to replace filters every few weeks?

Would you like a fountain to last a lifetime? Then  consider a Thirstycat Fountain.

A Thirstycat Fountain takes minutes to clean. Made of high-fired ceramic stoneware it does not scratch and harbor bacteria so there is no mold or slime build-up. Being of simple design there are no nooks and crevices to scrub and it is easy to assemble and maintain.

Our carbon filters last months, our foam filters last two years and the fountain itself should last a lifetime. If a cat fountain doesn’t have these qualities, why would you want it?

But you’re concerned about the cost of a Thirstycat Fountain?

Thirstycat Fountains may appear to be expensive but in the long term they are probably the least expensive fountain you can purchase, while giving your cats the safest and most appealing, and you the most beautiful cat fountain money can buy. But how can a Thirstycat Fountain be less expensive?

Every cat fountain requires filtration and in all brands of commercial fountains those filters need replacing at least every few weeks. If you change the filters according to the manufacturer’s recommendations, the price of the fountain soars, every year. Below are the real costs you will be facing over a five year period, excluding shipping costs, based on the best prices available for the filters, replaced according to the manufacturers recommended rate of replacement.

 

The Pioneer Raindrop costs $45 to purchase and over a five year period, purchasing the necessary filters at the minimum recommended rate of every 3 weeks will bring the total cost for purchase and filters to $270.

 

The Drinkwell Avalon costs $80 to purchase and over a five year period, purchasing the necessary filters at the minimum recommended rate of every 3 weeks will bring the cost to $300.

The Drinkwell Platinum costs $45 to purchase and over a five year period, purchasing the necessary filters at the minimum recommended rate of every 3 weeks will bring the total cost $320

The Drinkwell 360 costs $70 to purchase and over a five year period, purchasing the necessary filters at the recommended rate of every cleaning or about once a week will bring the total cost to $590.

Thirstycat Fountains cost on average $140 to purchase. Our carbon filters last six months or more (we use 60 times the carbon of other brands) and our foam filters last two years. Over a five year period the total cost including purchase price will be $230. And all the while you, and your cats will be enjoying the most beautiful and healthful cat fountain money can buy – for less than any other.

 

Use the coupon code – want thirstycat – for a 10% discount on all non-sale items.

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