Water Fountain

Water Fountain
Does anyone know how to get a cat to use a Petmate fountain?

I bought a Petmate fountain for my cat. She refuses to use it. I searched around the net for an answer on how to fix this. Everything I've found is the testimony as to their cats love. My friend is having the same problem with your cat and source. Does anyone have any idea? I would not get rid of it. Thank you.

My cats do not come close to it when I bought it and now will not to drink cups! Just love it. It took a while to like him though. Just Let It Out and I'm sure we'll learn to love it. Good luck!

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