ProductCheck for Cat's Urine
Cats Are Destined to Have Urinary Disorders
Living in the desert, the ancestors of today's housecats evolved to make the best possible use of such water as was available in their environment and in their bodies. To retain water, their kidneys tend to work overtime concentrating urine. That is why many of today's cats are prone to chronic kidney disease and feline lower urinary tract disease (FLUTD) such as bladder stones and cystitis. Our research shows that 46.8% of cats with a history of medical conditions have been diagnosed with urological problems.Home urinary care is a new but important routine for your cat's wellbeing and longevity.
Early Diagnosis is Key: Double-check at Home and at the Clinic
Routine checks are the key to early detection of your cat's urological problem.
Have you noticed any difference in your cat's urine when cleaning up the litter box? How about a change in your cat's behavior? Be observant: You may be the only one who can notice these signs, because you're the person your cat spends time with. Regular health checkups at a veterinary clinic are also important for early diagnosis. Annual examinations are recommended, even if your cat appears healthy.
So, What Can You Do?
Introducing a New, Once-a-month Routine! Protect Your Cat's Health with a Home Urine Check
The Nyantomo System makes it easy to check your cat's urine!
Feline urine is full of important health information. In order to recognize early signs of a urinary problem, it's essential to routinely check your cat's urine (in liquid form). The Nyantomo System allows urine to pass through the litter pellets onto the tray underneath for easy sampling.
Step 1: Taking a Urine Sample *Use new Nyantomo's litter pellets when taking a sample for your clinic.
Remove the pads to allow urine to collect in the tray.
For accurate evaluation of color and volume, transfer the urine into a measuring cup.