Ceramic Pet Drinking Fountain
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- Healthy Material and Design: Tritone Cat Water Fountain is made of high-quality natural ceramic, eco-friendly and non-toxic. Triple free-falling design streams add more oxygen in fresh water and attract your pets to drink more.
- Dual Filtration System: Mechanical filtration with a foam filter surrounding the pump prevents pets’ hair and other debris from the pump and the tank. Chemical filtration with carbon and charcoal helps to remove bad odors and tastes.
- Whisper-quiet Operation: The CE certificated IP68 waterproof pump runs with 2W low consumption. The only sound you may hear is the water dripping through the strainer into the bowl.
- Large Capacity: With 71oz / 2.1L capacity, this water fountain can provide enough water for a pet to drink 2 weeks or above, perfect for short trip lovers, as you will be free from frequent water replenishment and no need to worry about water shortage of your furry babies!
- Ease Set-up and Cleaning: This water fountain can be easily set up and disassembled with detachable parts in a few steps. All parts can be washed (except the plug) or wiped with a sponge or even rag.
I have 2 big dogs and 2 cats. I have had so many plastic (yuck!) and stainless steel pet drinking fountains. Either the water flow isn’t right or the shape of the fountain isn’t right or the darn pumps burn out quickly and are impossible or costly to replace. Not only is the flow and shape great on this fountain, it is beautiful. And, best of all, it comes with and extra pump! So, when the pump does eventually burn out, I won’t be scrambling to find a replacement and paying another 20 or 30 bucks! I could not be happier! And my 4-legged children are happy too!
We have 2 cats that love to drink out of our faucets & freshly dispensed ice-water glasses rather than use their water dishes. This can get very annoying & sometimes messy, not to mention the missed sleep... So we decided to try this solution. After speaking with friends & reading reviews, we chose this version, and we're ALL happy. The cats took to the fountain immediately, abandoned their bad behavior and have not looked back. The fountain was very easy to assemble, is lovely and quiet. We have it running in a clean area and add filtered water each morning. We purchased brushes & plan to stay on a monthly regimen to keep things running smoothly.
Both my cat and I love this fountain. It is my second fountain in two years. The first one was plastic, which I didn’t care for. Also, just the way it was made it was VERY difficult to really get down into it and clean it. It was also noisy. Towards the end I had it hooked up to a timer, to shut off between 9:00pm and 7:30am. Now onto this one. Basically it is only two parts, very accessible to get into all areas to clean. Took half the time to clean and a much better job. Being ceramic was able to really scrub it to get off all beginnings of calcium. I haven’t need to yet, but it can go into the dishwasher as well. It is as advertised, wisper quiet! I am able to sleep with it running all night. It is also attractive.
I love the fountain, the look is beautiful. But I have to remove the water very other day. Its gets slimy, so I clean it out and replace the water. I have three cats and I don't know if that makes a difference. its a small fountain. But the cats love it. they lay by it, and listen to the water fall. I had another fountain before and the cats really love it, but it made a lot of noise. This fountain is quiet. It's a great Fountain. There is something about cats and fountains.
Having a boycat who LOVES to drink water from the taps (ALL the taps, lol), a drinking fountain is a MUST in our home. So, when the pump in our stainless steel fountain died (again), I decided it was time for a new one. What I didn't take into consideration was just how picky (what a diva) my boycat would be. The first replacement I tried--cute as a button, had a neat-o nightlight and flower spout--was a hard 'NO' from Sir Picky; he wouldn't even try it. (No amount of cajoling helped; my fluffy diva had put his huge, furry foot down.) Fine, it was time for more searching. Eventually, all the searching (and review-reading) led me to this ceramic fountain. Figuring there was a 50/50 chance it would meet with The King's approval, I decided to give it a shot... and HALLELUJAH! He LOVES it. (He still insists on drinking from all the taps, like normal, but he's also completely happy drinking from this one at all hours of day or night.) As a bonus, it has an elegant simplicity--I got the all-white version, so it would look good no matter where I placed it.--and is truly quiet. We couldn't be happier! (Note: My Ragdoll boy is tall and big-boned, so I always elevate his dishes and water fountains [on upside-down stainless pet dishes] for easier accessibility.)
My 18-year old Himalayan is very set in her ways and doesn't do well with change. I was hesitant because this fountain seemed large and she is a very teeny 5 pound girl! I was worried that the bowl would be taller than she is and uncomfortable for her to drink out of. But it's not. As soon as I plugged it in she went right over and started drinking from it. She loved it immediately and as many others have said, it's whisper quiet. The only thing you hear (if you stop and really listen) is the water itself, which is still barely audible. It doesn't splash like a fountain - it just smoothly rolls from the top reservoir to the larger drinking bowl - no motor noise whatsoever. And I have this in our master bedroom so we would know. The other benefit is that I think she is drinking more because she likes the filtered, aerated water - very important for kitties with UTI issues. It also came with an extra motor, and two extra filters - so you'll never be stuck if something stopped working.
This was exactly what I've been looking for! Its deep enough where I don't have to constantly add water, the flow is great and its quiet! Easy to assemble and clean! My cat loves it and so do I!
I got this after a plastic fountain died. I temporarily used an extra steel food dish for water, but one little feline monster thought it was a toy and kept knocking it around the room spilling the water in the process. The bowl and bell-shaped part are ceramic and quite heavy enough the little monster can't move it. It holds around a quart of water. The only plastic parts are the pump and filter housing. It came with three filters and a spare pump. This thing is dead quiet. I can hear no sound from the pump at all. The water bubbles up in the center of the bell then spills out from four spouts at the top. The water falls on the wide part of the bell rather than hitting the water directly and makes no sound at all. Even standing right beside the fountain I can hear no sound, not even of the water. I've had it about a month now and am very pleased with it. It's also considerably more attractive than the previous plastic fountain.
it looks and works very nice, but i wish i had introduced it a bit differently. i put it together, filled it, and put it down for my cat. she was afraid of it. if you have a "scaredy cat" i would recommend putting water in the bowl and giving her a couple days to get used to it, then put it all together and give her another couple days, then turn it on. my other cat loved it, she spent an hour playing with the water outlet hole with her paw and watching it flow out.
My cats love the pet water fountain.. We have several water fountains in the house and this one has become my older cats favorite to use. prior to this one she loved drinking from the sink faucet. Now all she uses is this one. She is older and has kidney issues and it is important that she drinks water as much as possible during the day. My dogs also like it.
Our kitty Brutus seems to have an allergy to plastic products, so many years ago we switched our Petmate pet fountain to a stainless steel version I found at a popular online pet store. I had run out of filters, so I went online to order replacements, only to find that our fountain had been discontinued, which sent me on a hunt for a replacement. Our previous fountain had only one charcoal filter, and with three kitties using it, it wouldn't take long before things started "growing" in the water, and it would need to be cleaned. I liked the idea that this one had two filters, which with two long-haired kitties, was a must. We've had this pet fountain for a few months, and I am so glad I made the switch to ceramic. While our kitties drank a lot of water with the previous one, it actually seems like they drink even more with this fountain, than they did with the previous one. I did a routine cleaning on it and found our kitty Brutus waiting for it to be refilled, which he would never do with the old one. The outer filter also helps to catch large debris, like cat hair, preventing it from clogging up the pump. Of course, ceramic is not as forgiving as metal, if dropped, it will break. It is also a bit heavier than other models, which is not a big deal for us but it may be a dealbreaker for some. Overall, we're very happy with this pet fountain. Highly recommended!
I was so excited about this fountain. I've been looking at the ceramic options for awhile, but didn't want the pagoda type. I love that the water falls onto the dome/bell and it makes it very quiet. It's also pretty and easy to clean. However, the one very big negative is that it arrived broken. It still functions fine, so I feel slightly petulant about complaining. But it is new and should not be broken upon arrival. I'm going to reach out to the seller to see if a replacement dome is a possibility and will update my review later. *Update* After seeing my review, I was immediately shipped out a new fountain. I have not yet put it together as life keeps getting in the way, but I was super impressed with the customer service and speedy replacement of my fountain. I will definitely keep recommending this fountain, we love it!!
This is an ultra-quiet and attractive-looking fountain that the cats are gradually adjusting to. Right from the start, our youngest and smartest guy didn't hesitate to drink from the bubbler on top Our senior cat, whose mild kidney failure inspired this purchase, has slowly gotten used to it (over about 3 weeks), though he still doesn't drink from the top He still seems to prefer his favorite water bowl on our top floor--maybe because it's blue to match his eyes? And our fluffy princess ignored it for a while, preferring the dog's water bowl, but I saw her drinking from the new fountain yesterday. Moderately easy to assemble, easy to clean, doesn't splash water out (though we have it on a tile floor, just in case). My fingers are crossed that it will last, but tiny replacement pumps are relatively cheap if it dies.
I purchased this fountain because my little fuzzbutts had stopped drinking out of their old fountain and started using the toilets as their watering hole of choice. I have to admit, the old fountain was made of plastic and had grown some sort of encrusted mutation that would make rats avoid the thing so...being the good fur mom that I am...I hunted for something better/newer/less gross. I really like this ceramic water fountain. First, it's clean! Second, unlike the other one I had, the reservoir of water in this one is open to the air, meaning even if the electricity goes off, my fuzzy ones won't be without water. The other one hid all the water underneath a narrow lid which, in hindsight, seems like really bad design unless it has battery backup which it didn't. So, all in all, I'm very pleased with this purchase. The fuzzbutts investigated this fountain as soon as it hit the floor and both of them have increased their water intake. And both have (almost) stopped using the toilet as a substitute so yay! For those worried about it, the water pump does make a humming/buzzing sound but it's not too loud and mostly fades into the background as white noise. It doesn't bother the cats at all. The water comes out the top in a gentle burble, which also doesn't seem to bother them. I also like that this is ceramic. I feel like it won't harbor as much bacteria as the plastic thing did.
My 18 yr old kitty with failing kidneys is drinking water again ! She LOVES it and so do I ! It really is quiet too. I bought two other fountains and had to return them - she wouldn't use them, maybe because they were noisy or small. She took to this one right away - it's quiet, or for whatever reason, she drinks out of it many times a day - Good for her to get some exercise going to it too. Her kidney function is improving and she's feeling better and I think this fountain has played a big role in her improvement. I bought a 2nd one to put in the other side of the house for her. This fountain also has almost all ceramic parts while the other fountains were plastic. We're not using the charcoal filters because we add filtered water to the bowl. We clean it once a week. Thank You Very Much !