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Famalam13 Wed 28-Sep-16 13:20:16

Considering getting DCats a water fountain for Christmas. Any recommendations much appreciated smile

Captainladder Wed 28-Sep-16 13:27:07

dont know if these links will work... we had one like this... it was a nightmare to clean.

www.wellindal.co.uk/garden/eyenimal/eyenimal-pet-fountain?r=3700192304074&gclid=CPq8s5SHss8CFYky0wod_ywIxw

friends have one like this: and say its fine.

www.pet-supermarket.co.uk/Cat-Mate-Pet-Fountain/p/I0002313?_fp1=ppc&_fp2=416253626&_fp3=24452207666&_fp4=I0002313&gclid=CN-jwraHss8CFXMW0wodLBgH6g

cat still drinks from puddles outside mainly!

NotAPuffin Wed 28-Sep-16 13:52:38

We've had a few. Mainly because DH thinks they're a great idea so keeps buying them, but the cats don't agree and just ignore them, so I keep throwing them out.

Don't spend much, would be my advice.

Lanaorana1 Wed 28-Sep-16 13:55:04

Bought 2. They ended up as fountains for the birdbath. Mr C not interested, prefers kitchen tap.

Famalam13 Wed 28-Sep-16 14:03:25

Ah yes I am very used to my lovingly bought gifts being completely ignored grin 8mo old DS tends to enjoy them...

Thanks for the links Captain the first one looks cool but definitely want to avoid something that's hard to clean smile

Ruhrpott Wed 28-Sep-16 14:04:15

Mine prefer the loo fountain

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Wed 28-Sep-16 14:08:32

Mine prefers the bird bath or shower water ^when I'm in it!^hmm

Famalam13 Thu 29-Sep-16 08:25:04

Thanks all I have gone for the Catmate. I shall look forward to then ignoring it while nagging me to run the tap for them grin

HighBrows Thu 29-Sep-16 11:38:17

They ignore it for months and then one day just when you've had enough one of them will look at it and then that'll be the break through... It takes months for the break through. grin

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