An analysis of your cat’s urine forms the basis for diagnosing and conducting follow-up treatment of chronic cystitis. However, it can be difficult enough for your veterinarian to collect your cat’s urine under good conditions, never mind if you cat is stressed, not very cooperative, has an empty bladder, is feeling pain, etc.
Collecting urine at home will help save time, avoid unpleasant handling of your cat and allow you to make the best of follow-up treatment. Thanks to the Catrine Pearl urine collection kit, you can provide your veterinarian with a good quality urine sample.
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Thanks to the Catrine Pearl urine collection kit, collecting your cat’s urine has been made as simple as possible and can be done at home, with subjecting your cat to undue stress. Catrine Pearl Litter does not absorb urine, allowing you to collect enough urine for your veterinarian to test it.
As soon as your cat has urinated, collect its urine immediately as follows:
IMPORTANT: Note that the urine must be collected quickly as soon as the cat has urinated, and the sample must be taken immediately to your veterinarian before it deteriorates and cannot be analysed.
Note: You might be able to rinse the cat litter for one more use.
To do so, place it in a mesh bag (or a sieve) and rinse thoroughly with hot water.
Allow the litter to drip dry and air dry, and once it is completely dry, store in a plastic zip lock bag. Proceed in the same manner to clean the pipette and the collection tube.