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Drinkwell Seascape Ceramic Dog & Cat Fountain

Drinkwell Seascape Ceramic Dog & Cat Fountain

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    So much better than the plastic fountains.

    By Scott on Jan 12, 2022

    It's a tad pricey, but ceramic is sooooo much easier to clean, and much nicer looking. Perfect size for our three cats. No leaks, and the motor is fine so far after the first month. You may have to top it off daily, and if there is any black stuff in the bottom, its harmless charcoal from the filter It's a tad pricey, but ceramic is sooooo much easier to clean, and much nicer looking. Perfect size for our three cats. No leaks, and the motor is fine so far after the first month. You may have to top it off daily, and if there is any black stuff in the bottom, its harmless charcoal from the filter. It goes away after a day or two, or ensure to rinse the filter well before use. … more

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    Still not sure what happened

    By Evan on Nov 28, 2021

    This is a pretty nice fountain. It's fairly quiet, heavy enough that my cat can't tip the water out, easy to clean. Got this back in September, and really liked it, but... a few days ago, I come out to my living room in the morning to find water EVERYWHERE, clearly leaking from the fountain. The vertical This is a pretty nice fountain. It's fairly quiet, heavy enough that my cat can't tip the water out, easy to clean. Got this back in September, and really liked it, but... a few days ago, I come out to my living room in the morning to find water EVERYWHERE, clearly leaking from the fountain. The vertical tube that takes water up into the globe had snapped (no idea how), and the water was draining out through the bottom. It didn't cause too much damage, thankfully, but now I'm left with a fountain I spent a LOT of money on that lasted... two months? And on top of that, it turns out that finding a food-safe glue for repair that'll survive in water is hard! I'd like to hope that mine was defective and weak or something, because this thing is way too pricey for something that regularly breaks after two months of use. Buy at your own (monetary) risk. … more

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