EBI ceramic cat drinking fountains are handmade in the USA with certified safe materials, antimicrobial tubing and low voltage UV lamps for water sterilization
(optional). The unique designs attract cats, encouraging them to drink more water. Your custom EBI
fountain can be dismantle-proof: we can "batten down" the lid and secure other components so even the smartest "fountain disassembler" has meet his/her match. We offer designs to eliminate "pawing" water out onto the floor. We can size your fountain to accommodate any breed, from the tiniest Munchkin to the largest Savannah. We offer fountains that are usable in a moving RV, equipped with battery, battery backup or auto-refill system.
There are especially quiet fountains available for skittish cats, cat spouts
that have the coloring of their Siamese or Bengal owners, fountains custom
fit to any space, give us a challenge and we will meet it!
water fountain for cats who tend to "bathe" in their fountain:
K.B. from Santa Clara, CA wrote us
(she has our large Persian fountain with 4 holes):
I wanted to let you know how much I am enjoying your fountain! My 2 cats love it! It is very low maintenance, is quiet, and very well made. Thank you so much for the best fountain I have ever used! I believe it is the best fountain ever!
See what Pelaqita Persians
has to say about our fountains:
EBI Fountains for Cats
I have a difficult cat. Funfetti does not like, and will not drink from, a water bottle. After many days of trying to get Funfetti to switch from a bowl to a water bottle, I finally gave up. She is one stubborn cat. The problem with a water bowl is if you have a cat like Funfetti who likes to "Ruff Dive" this can create mess, damp skin and fur, and in Funfetti's case she developed a skin infection from always having damp hair on her face, chin, neck and chest. This is when I finally started to research water fountains..... (read more)
We had one customer with Persians who needed the drinking holes even smaller to keep her cats dry, so I made a batch of “hole reducers” that slip right into the holes of the Persian lid. They reduce the diameter of the drinking hole from the original 1-1/2 inches to 1 inch. They’re removable if not needed.
We changed the design recently. Now you can have multiple inserts with
different drinking openings.
Pet drinking Fountains with "coon" design lid and Persian insert:
These are the original "coon" design (see below) that, in addition, are equiped
with an insert that leaves just small areas open for drinking
similar to the Persian water fountain.
This insert prevents the facial and chest hair from coming in contact with the
water and getting soaked.
The new owner of this fountain sent us a video showing her cat
drinking from it.
This is what she wrote:
As I suspected, the fountain is VERY popular!
I don’t know if you can tell here, but Parka is well on his way to
getting drenched without the special top piece. He does well with it
in place. Thank you again for taking the trouble to make that
pumpless Persian cat waterer with 1 liter Viosol/Miron bottle water reservoir:
You can use these automatic cat water dispensers with a 1 liter VioSol/Miron bottle, a 1.5 liter PE water bottle or a 32 oz clear glass bottle as well.
This beautiful, convenient gravity pet waterer is easy to clean and fill. It's designed for Persian cats. The water level automatically replenishes for maximum convenience. It's made of ceramic (stoneware) with all dinnerware safe materials.
I can make them in almost any color and with any design you like.
drinking fountain for rambunctious Maine Coons:
These drinking fountains are specially designed for rambunctious cats who love to "thump" lids and "scoop" water out of their fountain. The narrow drinking area surrounded by a wide rim keeps water in the fountain and off the floor.
The pet can drink out of the deeper ring in the center of the lid, or lick water directly out of the water streaming from the lily.
J. & G. N., Eagan MN:
"We absolutely love both fountains! So far the Maine Coon Fountain is absolutely completely Maine Coon proof. Willow, our year old Maine Coon cat, continues to try and outsmart the fountain and the cotter pins. In the meantime, our bathroom floor is completely dry for the first time in many years. Thanks for creating such a great product!"
Detail: Security pin
The RV fountain keeps the water inside when a vehicle is moving :
This drinking fountain is an RV fountain. It's designed specifically to keep the water inside when a vehicle is moving. The lid is deeper, the rim has a special shape to guide water back in, but what's really different is inside. There is a ledge along the entire inside edge of the bowl to keep water from sloshing out and a 'wave breaker' insert that contains the motion of the water. When it's used at home, just remove the wave breaker. We can create these fountains in any color and with any spout you like.
water fountain with a rechargeable (internal) battery :
These drinking fountains use internal rechargeable batteries and have no cable accessible
on the outside. Choose from a D-cell box or a Li-Ion USB battery.
An external battery solution
is for people who don’t have an outlet near the area the fountain is placed,
but don’t care about a cable showing on the outside the fountain.
Having a battery outside of your fountain leaves more room for water
inside the fountain. That’s why we offer both internal and external
Here some examples of
cordless battery fountains built:
Any of our fountains can be used with an external battery.
Automatic water refill system for pet
drinking fountains :
This automatic water refill system maintains the water in
your Ebi pet drinking fountain at a constant level.
The indoor system can be connected by a 1/4 inch PE tube to either a drinking water dispenser
such as the "Ceramic Crock" (not included) or your house water system (just
like your refrigerator water supply line).
An overflow hose can also be connected for added protection.
The outdoor system can be connected to your garden hose.
Automatic pet fountain water refill system for indoor or outdoor fountains
Any of our fountains can be used with a low voltage power adapter or a battery.
The cone fountain :
The water spills out of the frog's mouth, cascades down 3 flowers
into a flat bowl and from there through a foam filter back into the
cone. The low voltage pump presses the water through a charcoal
filter up through the frog's mouth and the cycle begins anew. The pet
has many possibilities for drinking: the water streaming from the
frog's mouth, the water standing in or streaming from the flowers, or licking water
out of the lower flat bowl.
"big dog" drinking fountain :
The water spills out of the lizards's mouth into a recessed bowl and from there through a pre filter back into the
large water reservoir. The low voltage pump presses the water through a charcoal
filter up through the lizard's mouth and the cycle begins anew. The lizard acts not only as a decorative spout but
also as a splatter guard. The wide
elevated rim helps keep the water inside the fountain when doggy
water fountain with an automatic refill system :
The water cascades over 2 flowers into the 2 inch deep lid, and from there, through a pre-filter back into the water reservoir. The low voltage pump presses the water through a charcoal filter up through the flower cascade and the cycle begins anew. The wide elevated rim helps keep the water inside the fountain when doggy drinks.
The battery operated
drinking fountain for medium dogs :
Here what the new owner of this fountain says:
I have 2 Sheltie dogs and they can drink from the bowl with no problem. The bowl is deep enough for my guys. There is no problem with the water splashing out. We can't think of anything that would improve it. We think it is great that it is a nice slower flow from the faucet, because then it does not splash or frighten them. Even though they are dogs, I like the cotter pins to hold the top. If the dogs run by, it makes me feel it is safer. If I had larger dogs the xl would be better and maybe just a little deeper bowl area for nose room. Only the tiniest dogs would use the small. FYI, the reason we did not want the faucet handles is because longer dog hair and collars could get caught on a handles and be a safety, mess hazard.