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We currently have a Le Bistro Waterer, however I keep knocking over the bottle and spilling it everywhere. I sit on the top of it or I bite the bottom and pick the whole thing (even completly full) up to knock it over. It is driving my furless people batty.
They want to keep lots of fresh water for AnnaBelle and I but its hard when we now have to use two small bowls that I still knock over.
They want something like the Le Bistro Waterer but heavier and that I cant knock over.
If any furr has a suggestion that I can pass along to the furless that would make my life, and theirs, alot better.
We cannot have a drink-well because there is not a place for us to plug it in where the bowls sit. The furless ones have thought about getting the big doggy sized Le Bistro Waterers but that would be A LOT of water to clean up if I knocked it over. I am sure that I would knock it over. Please help with any suggestions you can give us.