Here are a few places you should avoid placing your cat’s water bowl:

The special design of the Cat Mate fountain makes it a very silent unit and with its unique multi-level water pools makes it more appealing to your cat to drink water since he can choose from the level where to drink.

Keep your cat’s water bowl away from his litter box. Would you want to drink near your toilet?

We have to say, we’re seriously impressed with these original water cakes, and judging from the response on Twitter, we’re not the only ones who feel this way, as the tweet showing the cat cake has already been retweeted over 18,000 times. We certainly hope @mithiruka has more beautiful edible creations to share with us in the future!

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What methods have you tried to get more water into your cat? Let us know in the comments! If a cat's experiences with water are mainly exposure to a sopping rainstorm, a forced bath or being sprayed with water as a disciplinary measure, why wouldn't she shy away from water? Scientists contend that cats' dislike of water comes from house cats' owners shielding them from the elements since the earliest periods of domestication and from their ancestors -- wild cats in Europe, Africa and China's desert cat -- whose limited experience with water did not require adapting and evolving to deal with it. Lions and leopards avoid river-dwelling predators (like crocodiles) by staying away from water.

How can I stop my cat spilling the water?

If a cat absolutely will not allow water to be syringed after pilling, or he will not eat or drink afterward, then you can put some butter or a product like Nutrical on his paw. The licking of the butter/Nutrical from the paw (or even the nose) has been shown to hasten the travel of the pill into the stomach but it is not as effective as having the cat eat after pilling or ‘chasing’ the pill with 4-5 cc of water or a flavored liquid.

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You can’t stereotype people or animals. Case and point… everyone assumes that ALL cats hate water just because a great many of them are not fans of H2O. In the past many attempted cat baths have gone badly for me. I end up with scratches and my partially wet cat runs off to hide in a corner somewhere. But I can put all that behind me now, because I finally found my very own water-loving cat named Soapy!Cats are constantly busy cleaning themselves but most cats don’t want you to give them a bath. It’s believed that cats hate being submerged in water because it causes fur to become waterlogged, which makes your cat feel really heavy.So despite the common assumption that all cats hate water, turns out there are plenty of kitties out there that absolutely love it. Just take a look at these aqua-adoring cats on our list that clearly prove water does float some cat’s boats.How much should your dog (or cat) drink? It’s important to always have fresh, clean water available for your pets. I have actually seen dogs develop “drinking problems” because their owners deprived them of water. So when they finally get some, they drink it all as fast as they can. And they often become obsessed about getting all the water they can and act OCD about it.