Cat's need a little less than one ounce of water per pound of body weight each day (e.g., a 10-pound cat needs less than 10 ounces per day). Some of that water comes from what your cat eats. If your cat is not drinking enough water then you may want to make the water more appealing.
One source of fresh drinking water for your cat may be your faucet. Cats instinctively prefer running water to standing water. It could also be that faucet water simply tastes better or is at a more preferred temperature.
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