Cat drinking fountains

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When looking for cat drinking fountains for your furry friends, consider getting a ceramic or stainless steel cat drinking fountain instead of one made of plastic if for no other reason than for the health of your cat. Some cats are susceptible to something called kitty acne which are small black flakes usually found on the chin and around the mouth. These are caused by acne-causing bacteria that originate from poorly cleaned plastic water fountains and food bowls. Ceramic or stainless steel cat water fountains have less parts than the plastic variety and thus, are easier to clean.
Cat drinking fountains:
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Cat drinking fountain pictured: Pioneer Pet Ceramic Raindrop Pet Drinking Fountain – WHITE #6022W

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