By the end of this year, the two most popular cat water fountains in America will be on the market, with Deep Water 2019 slated to arrive in stores by the end and Cat Water 2020 set to be released in 2019.

Both of the fountures are designed to replace the more expensive Cat Water fountain, which retails for $9,995 and comes with an included cat toilet seat, but they’re both equally capable, with Cat Water being slightly less expensive and Deep Water offering up to $12,000 in features.

So which is better for your cat?

Both cat water refills come in a wide variety of colors and sizes, ranging from cat-sized ones to small ones.

Cat Water’s price tag, while lower than its predecessor, is still quite high for what you get.

The deep water version costs $13,500, while the cat fountain goes for $12 to $14,500.

But both are equally well-made and can be customized to your specific needs, so why go with the cheaper version?

Cat Water is actually an offshoot of Cat-a-Cola.

Both products are popular in the US, but the difference is that Deep Water is made by Nestlé, while Cat Water is not.

Cat-Cola is marketed to cats and kittens, while Deep Water, which is aimed at older pets, is designed to serve people with allergies and other special needs.

Both cat and dog owners may feel differently about the differences between the two, however.

A cat water filter may not be the best option for everyone, and it may be best for cats who don’t have allergies.

But for cats that do, it’s an easy choice that may also help you save money.