AquaTrust.org is Now Accepting Nominations

AquaTrust.org is Now Accepting Nominations

By popular demand, AquaTrust.org is now accepting nominations
for those in a serious health crisis to receive one of our donated structured water units at no cost to them.

Those nominated will be handled on a case-by-case basis, with those in the most serious need given highest priority.

Clearly, by nominating someone they are not guaranteed to receive a donated unit, but they will certainly stand a much higher chance than if they were not nominated.  On the other hand, if they are chosen, the donated unit will cost them nothing, and we will even pay the shipping.

We Will Donate a Structured Water Unit for Every Unit Claimed or Sold

We pledge to donate one structured water unit for every unit claimed through IndieGoGo, or purchased on our website, and it is part of our mission to continue this practice for as long as we remain in business.

We are hoping to ultimately donate units to a lot of people, all over the world, in order to help as many people as we possibly can.

To nominate someone, please email me at cori@AquaTrust.org, and include the person’s name, contact information, and why you believe that
they deserve and are in need of one of our donated structured water units.

Please note: I apologize for the focusing issues in the video, but although the camera was mounted on a stationary tripod, the sun was peeking in and out of the clouds, causing the camera to continually focus and refocus of its own accord.  I will try to upgrade the video in the next day or two.

Structured Water – An Unexpected Benefit for our Cats

Miod on the Aquarium
Miod on the Aquarium

An Unusual and Unexpected Benefit for our Cats

One thing that may or may not be related is that, since I switched to giving structured water to our cats, there was a rapid cessation of peeing in inappropriate places outside the litter box.  This had become a problem, and upon switching to structured water, quickly ceased to be an issue.

Interestingly, this includes our youngest cat apparently teaching himself to pee directly in the toilet, rather than using the litter box, which he is doing entirely on his own without any prompting from us.

I did show a video to Marek several months ago, which demonstrated how to train cats to use the toilet, but neither of us have implemented it in any way, with any of our three cats.

Miod seems to have made the decision from watching his big brother Bear, who has developed the habit of peeing into the top-hole litter boxes from above, and from watching us.

And, just maybe, he picked up on our desire for the cats to learn how, in order to ditch the litter boxes. We already know cats are psychic, as any long time cat aficionado can attest.

In any case, it’s pretty cool. 😉

Even better, the cats are calmer and happier overall, and fight less frequently than they used to.  They have always been buddies, but boys will be boys, and since the switch to structured water, there are fewer scuffles and disagreements among them.