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How do you fill your pet's bowl with water?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dainank2, Nov 30, 2017.

  1. Dainank2

    Dainank2 Subatomic Cosmonaut

    Sorry if this is a very stupid question, but I could not seem to do it, nor could I find a video showing how to, thus I am wondering how you can actually fill a bowl with water?

    Thanks!
     
    • GameGirl123

      GameGirl123 Big Damn Hero

      Just click on the bowl while using the watering can (the watering can has to have water in it). Basically, water it as you would water a crop.
       
      • Stryder87

        Stryder87 Existential Complex

        It was also pointed out to me a while back that it doesn't actually do anything, it's purely cosmetic. But it does still feel bad leaving it empty so your floof goes thirsty. :cry:
         
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        • Dainank2

          Dainank2 Subatomic Cosmonaut

          Thanks!
          Haha yeah!
           
          • Borodin

            Borodin Master Astronaut

            According to the wiki, "There is a bowl on some wooden tiles on the top left side of your house that you can fill with water for your pet. If you water your pet's bowl, the next morning your pet's friendship will increase by 6 points. (Note that this event will not trigger if it is raining the next morning.)"

            Why does this matter? Because it can contribute to getting a higher eval from Grandpa: "Your pet has a maximum friendship of 1000, increasing by 12 every time you pet it. Every 200 points is equal to 1 level, and having 800 will make you eligible for 1 point in Grandpa's Evaluation."

            Hope that helps. :)
             
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            • Tigerle

              Tigerle Subatomic Cosmonaut

              No, it is not just cosmetic. If you fill this bowl you will make your pet happier.
              And a full happy pet count for the evaluation of grandpa.

              Edit: Ninja`d by Borodin
               
              • Stryder87

                Stryder87 Existential Complex

                It's a good thing, then, that I don't like leaving my floof with an empty water bowl!! Hurray for unexpected benefits!
                 
                • Reneeisxena

                  Reneeisxena Big Damn Hero

                  Ok then I'm going to make sure my kitty always has a full water bowl. I usually keep my watering can in a chest after use, no need to carry it with taking up space in my backpack, sometimes that can be a ways off from where my cat is and I don't bother or forget to fill it. I had also heard it was just cosmetic but I'm going to fill it from now on.
                   
                  • Dainank2

                    Dainank2 Subatomic Cosmonaut

                    Haha alright! This great helpful information guys!

                    Thanks!
                     
                    • Stryder87

                      Stryder87 Existential Complex

                      I tend to ONLY carry it to water my pet('s bowl). But after getting all 4 candles with Grandpa, it doesn't matter anymore, so it would be fine to stop. But... I can't forsake my floof!!!
                      I just wish there was a way to build a dog/cat house for them! I hate seeing them laying in the rain sleeping!
                       
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                      • Reneeisxena

                        Reneeisxena Big Damn Hero

                        A cute house for my pet would be great. The silly thing will often go out when it's raining. It would be nice if we could pick it up and take it inside.
                         
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                        • Borodin

                          Borodin Master Astronaut

                          Makes sense. I'm sure that somewhere there's a cat who enjoys being out in the rain, but by and large, they hate it. And dogs typically aren't that fond of it, either.
                           

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