Pet Fountains: Worth the Cost
By Lisa Koosis
My husband and I purchased our first pet drinking fountain a number of years ago at a cat show, at a booth that had the latest in pet commodities. It was a little bit pricey, coming in at about fifty dollars at the time, but at after some deliberation, we decided it would be worth the cost. We had three cats, all of which loved to drink from the bathroom sink. So perhaps a fountain would give them that fresh, running water that they craved all day long.
What I particularly liked about the fountain was the notion that it would encourage our pets to drink more, which would assist in keeping them healthy and happy. I also liked the idea of the filtration system. Even water changed twice a day could potentially get pretty stagnant in between refills.