Feline obesity has become an epidemic: a staggering 53% of America’s cats are considered overweight or obese. Obesity can lead to serious health problems in cats, including diabetes and kidney failure.
Regular home-testing can help detect abnormal conditions at an early stage, enabling your cat to get timely veterinary treatment. This is especially important for cats, who are masters at disguising symptoms until an illness is often in the advanced stages, making treatment more costly, and often more complicated.
Monitoring your cat’s urination habits at home is extremely important: look for signs of straining, urination in inappropriate places, and increased or decreased frequency of urination. These symptoms can be subtle and are often overlooked, yet the underlying disease can be serious and life threatening.
With PawCheck™ urine home-tests, cat parents can be proactive by screening their cat’s health on a regular basis.
PawCheck™ urine strips are patented test devices specifically designed for home-use: clean handling and no exposure to chemical reagents make testing an easy procedure, with results available in 2 minutes.Test kits include a non-absorbent litter for cat urine collection.
The beautiful tortie in this video demonstrates how easy it is to use PawCheck™:
The following common health conditions can be detected with PawCheck™:
- Urinary Tract Infection
- Kidney Failure
Early detection of these conditions will allow your veterinarian to start treatment before the disease has become advanced, and it may just save your cat’s life.
For more information, please visit http://www.pawcheck.com, with demo videos on test method and urine collection. The PawCheck test is available on Amazon.
PawCheck™ is not a substitute for veterinary care.
FTC Disclosure: This post is sponsored by PawCheck™, which means that I was paid to feature this product. Regardless of payment received, you will never see products or services featured on this site that I don’t either use or would use myself. Photo source: screenshot from demo video.