I’m bring back the Pretty Litter that I showed you last year at the time it was really just to raise awareness as it wasn’t available at that point. Well…. I’m happy to tell you that I have used it and it is Amazing!
Pretty Litter isn’t just pretty it is Smart and I’m not kidding! It is a kitty litter that can detect potential health problems before your kitty shows symptoms. Its is a new technology that us cats need since we can’t tell you how we are feeling.
Recently we learned about Pretty Litter™, an innovative cat litter that is designed to help you spot issues in your cat’s urine by changing color.
The super fine litter, which looks like white sand, is specially designed to monitor your cat’s health, to provide early detection for many problems, and also to be eco-friendly.
When your cat urinates in a box filled with Pretty Litter, the litter looks for problems that can range from diabetes to urinary tract infections using multiple indicators:
When Pretty Litter detects a problem, the litter changes color
Pretty Litter is also dust-free, odorless, and scent-free. The clumping litter is delivered to your door each month. I was pleasantly surprised how inexpensive this litter is; a 3-pound supply that lasts 30 days in a single cat household retails at $23 ($19 at its current promotional price)
This is a great way to keep your pet healthy to know what is really going on with them. I hope you all look into this great product that we have been waiting for in future pet care.
Orange or Brown: detection of bilirubin which may indicate liver issues such as bile duct obstruction (cholestasis), gallstones, liver inflammation or pancreatitis.
Red: detection of blood which may indicate Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disorder (FLUTD), Crystals (Crystalluria) or Interstitial Cystitis. In rarer cases it can also mean bladder cancer, an internal injury, poison ingestion, and/or if it’s a female cat over four months old who hasn’t been spayed, she may be in heat.
Blue: high alkaline which may indicate either FLUTD, Struvite Crystal formations or kidney issues.
Green: abnormal acidity which may indicate either FLUTD, calcium oxalate crystals, urinary blockage in males or kidney issues.
Any color other than a golden yellow or olive green may mean you need to take your cat to your local Veterinarian.
Sometimes temporary color changes can occur as a result of a new diet, changes in environment or temporary stresses that may cause a cat’s pH levels to elevate or drop. If you see a color change, observe the litter over the next 24 to 48 hours. If the color change persists, consider taking your cat to their Veterinarian for a wellness visit. Use the color changes above as a guide to point your Vet in the right direction. Only a licensed Veterinarian can diagnose any specific issue.
You can check out Pretty litter by following the links below…
Website – www.prettylittercats.com
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/prettylittercats/?fref=ts
Twitter – @prettylitter
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