Up4pet Cat Test x2


Up4pet test strip for cats will help you prevent diseases such as metabolic, hepatic and kidney disorders but also urinary tract infection.
This test strip will analyse your cat’s urine for early disease detection.



Within a single test, cats’ lovers will be able to analyse 10 different parameters.
Up4pet at home health test box is containing 2 sealed foil pouches and its results colour chart.

Inside you will find 1 desiccant and 1 urine test strip containing the 10 reagent areas (urobilinogen, glucose, bilirubin, ketones, specific gravity, blood, pH, protein, nitrite and leukocytes).
With these parameters you can monitor health issues like urinary tract infection, kidney failure, liver disease or diabetes.

How can you read the results?

Thanks to the colour chart on the foil pouch you can easily read and understand the test results.
First you need to immerse the 10 reagent areas in urine for 2 seconds. Once it’s done you can read results after 60 seconds, and 90-120 seconds for leukocytes.
To make it easier and more accurate you can use a clock and a pen. Indeed, it is crucial to respect time because colours keep changing.

Liver malfunction is possible, urobilinogen needs to be linked to bilirubin and blood parameters.
Glucose can indicate diabetes.
If the colour of bilirubin changes it can be due to liver malfunction.
Ketones indicate there are not enough carbohydrates to meet your cat’s energy needs.
Specific Gravity
With specific gravity, kidney failure is possible.
If there is blood in your cat’s urine it can indicates liver disease, kidney failure or urinary tract infection.
Regarding pH colour, your cat can have either kidney failure, urinary tract infection or dehydration.
With the protein parameter you can detect a possibility of urinary tract infection and kidney failure.
When there are nitrites in your pet’s urine, he has urinary tract infection.
Urinary tract infection is possible, leukocytes needs to be linked with other parameters such as nitrites, proteins and blood.

Up4pet will not provide a diagnosis or be a substitute to vet’s consultation.
It’s an efficient method to prevent diseases, and if you read any positive result you should visit your veterinarian.