All carnivorous plants require very pure water with few dissolved salts. Reverse-osmosis, deionized, distilled & rain waters are best. The water vending machines at your local grocery store are also a good option. Beware; PUR & Brita filtered waters are not adequate. Locally; Santa Rosa city, Guerneville city, East Bay MUD, some municipal water & Sacramento area water that comes from the river may be used on carnivorous plants. The Chlorine in city water has no ill effect.
A well fed carnivore requires no fertilizer, but MaxSea 16-16-16 should be used on hungry plants once a month during the growing season at 1/4 tsp/gallon. Sprinkle the plants foliarly, lightly.
You should expect a period of adjustment as your plants get used to their new home. For further information please read “The Revised Savage Garden” by Peter D’Amato.