Cat/Dog Drinking Fountains

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  1. Linds

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    Mainly though for cats.

    We need one, we have two out of three cats that pretty much only like to drink out of a running faucet which results in sinks being left on all the time for them.

    So, anyone have any recommendations for a good drinking fountain?
     
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    There is a drinkwell 360° that is mostly stainless steel and apparenly easy to clean.

    I have the drinkwell platinum and don't really recommend it, it's hard to clean. The holding tank is impossible to really clean inside of. It's like trying to clean the inside of a jug, sure I can use a brush but they are so soft that it doesn't really get clean. My holding tank went from clear plastic to cloudy and I just gave up and it's in the closet now.
     
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    We used a CatIt one for a while, but I hated leaving the electric on for it. So now I have just a dipenser, and Rigsy takes us to the sink for a drink each time she sees us!
     
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    I had the dog it. It got dirty, filters were a pita.. And I wasn't thrilled with the 24/7 electric either. I also found the dogs didn't drink more or better for it. (Cats might though).
     

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