Dual Sprout Water Fountain
Dual Sprout Water Fountain
Dual Sprout Water Fountain
Dual Sprout Water Fountain

Dual Sprout Water Fountain

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Not Sure If Your Kitty Drinks Enough Water?

Sadly Over 3000 domestic Cats die in US homes due to the lack of fresh clean running water that leads to dehydration and kidney related issues.

Our Dual Sprout Water System Provides a Constant Source Of Fresh Clean Water that Our Kitty's Prefer. 

Packed With Benefits

🐾 Cats love to drink form a flowing water source. Fresh flowing water encourages Kitty to drink more, staying much healthier.

🐾 Three way Filtration system that makes sure there is a always fresh water available.

🐾 Runs super quiet and is energy efficient.

🐾 Easy installation and cleaning.

🐾 Made with Food Grade Material: Keeping all health standards in mind, this pet fountain is made with BPA-free food-grade material to keep your cat free from any risk. 

What Causes Dehydration in Cats?

Dehydration in cats is typically caused by your cat not drinking enough water or from excessive water loss. Cats can also lose moisture by sweating small amounts through their paws, but this does not usually cause a drastic water loss. Dehydration could be brought about by many different factors like:

  1. Vomiting
  2. Diarrhoea
  3. Fever
  4. Trauma
  5. Heatstroke
  6. Diabetes
  7. Overheating or Hot Weather

How Much Water Does My Cat Need?

Your cat needs about 3.5 to 4.5 ounces of water per 5 pounds of body weight every day. For instance, if you have a 10-pound cat, it should be drinking about half a bottle of water every day (between 7-9 ounces).

If your cat eats wet food often, you may notice that it doesn’t drink as much water. That’s because the cat is consuming water when they eat. Wet food for cats is made up of 80% water.

On the other hand, cats who primarily eat dry food won’t consume as much water from their food. It is vital for them to get hydrated by drinking from their water dish. 



How to Prevent Dehydration in Cats

Cat parents can help prevent dehydration by speaking to their veterinarian and making some simple lifestyle changes. 

Providing easy access to clean water is the most important thing that cat owners can do, says Cohn. “Some cats like flowing water, so the use of pet fountains encourages drinking in many cats,” she adds. 

Switching cats to a wet-food diet or incorporating wet food into a cat’s diet may also provide additional moisture and help prevent dehydration. “Wet cat food contains about 70 percent moisture and dry cat food contains about 10 percent moisture.”

If you don’t want to splurge on wet cat food, Summers says that you can add water to dry cat food to help them with hydration. “However, this may deter some cats from eating the food, so a gradual addition of water may be necessary,” she says. - Dr. Leah Cohn, University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine.