Mineral-free, pH-optimized water for cats

Mineral-free, pH-optimized water for cats

Mineral-free, pH-optimized water for cats

Your cat can now have its own special water, with a perfect pH balance for urinary health. CatWater is ozonated and chlorine-free with a light rate of acidity, which encourages cats to drink more.

The pH level refers to the degree of acidity or alkalinity and can be measured using a pH scale. This scale ranges from 0 to 14, with 7 marking neutrality. As such, anything below 7 on the pH scale is considered acidic while anything over the 7 mark is deemed alkaline (or basic).

Ideally, cat urine must have a pH level ranging between 6.2 and 6.4. A pH level that is too high or too low in a cat’s urine can potentially lead to the formation of crystals and/or stones called struvite or calcium oxalate, which can in turn be very painful for the animal.

The water we drink everyday normally has a pH ranging between 7.2 and 7.8, which is too alkaline for a cat's needs. On the other hand, distilled water from the supermarket has an average pH of 5.4, which is too acidic for cats. CatWater promotes an ideal urinary pH because it is formulated with the perfectly balanced pH between 6.2 and 6.4 that suits cats’ needs.

And since it also contains no minerals, it helps minimize the presence of the minerals responsible for causing crystals and stones in the bladder. Depending on your cat’s weight and water consumption, the 4-liter jug is a 30-day supply!

9 months ago
Posted in: Learn
By Poudre Pet Team