Urinary Health Risk Indicator and 30 Day Litter Giveaway

Simple Solutions 30 day litter with UHRI

Lower Urinary Tract Disease

Feline lower urinary tract disease describes the conditions that can affect your cats bladder and urethra.  Even though cats with lower urinary tract disease show similar signs of distress, there are many potential causes.  If you suspect that your cat is having difficulty, please consult your veterinarian. Do not wait, cats are masters at hiding illness so by the time your cat shows symptoms, they might be in need of immediate medical attention.
Signs of Lower Urinary Tract Disease
  • Straining to urinate.
  • Frequent and/or prolonged attempts to urinate.
  • Crying out while urinating.
  • Excessive licking of the genital area.
  • Urinating outside the litter box.
  • Blood in the urine.

Simple Solution Urinary Health Risk Indicator

Simple Solutions Urinary Health Risk Indicator

Simple Solution Urinary Health Risk Indicator* enables you to monitor your cat’s health with a litter additive that changes color when certain conditions are present in your cat’s urine. This early detection allows you to become aware of a possible problem and take your cat to your veterinarian days before outward signs of illness appear.

The Simple Solution Urinary Health Risk Indicator measures the pH of a cat’s urine.  If the product turns purple this is an indication that your cat’s urine pH is above 7 or too alkaline.  If the product turns yellow this is an indication that your cat’s urine pH is below 6 or too acidic.

The Urinary Health Risk Indicator is easy to use.
  1. Thoroughly clean the litter box and fill with fresh litter
  2. Open the package, keeping the pH Color Chart for future reference.
  3. Generously sprinkle the litter additive on top of the litter.  No need to mix.
  4. After your cat uses the litter box, use the pH Color Chart to see if the additive has changed color.  If the product has changed color, contact your veterinarian and discuss next steps.

The Simple Solution Urinary Health Risk Indicator and 30 Day Litter  Giveaway!

One member of The Tiniest Tiger community will win a package of the Simple Solution Urinary Health Risk Indicator* and a 9 lb box of Simple Solution 30-Day Super Absorbent Cat Litter*

This giveaway is open to residents of the USA due to shipping. Sorry about that.

To Enter:

Enter your information in the contest widget so we know where to ship your prize if you win.  Leave a comment below the post telling us if your cat has urinary tract issues or if you worry about your cat’s urinary health.

The comment below this post is important. If your name is drawn and you didn’t leave a comment, another winner will be chosen.

The Rules:
This contest will end on August 11, 2014.  Void where prohibited by law.

This post is sponsored by Simple Solution. All thoughts and opinions are our own As always, thank you for reading and supporting our sponsors.

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  1. Shady Rhino says:

    My kitty is struggling with kidney Stones. We are hoping a special diet will help.

  2. Ever since I adopted my cats I have been concerned with the behavior of one of them. I have taken them to the vet and there was no concern but she will clean so much that she gets sick from ingesting so much fur. It’s always good to know about health concerns before they get worse.

  3. katboxjanitor says:

    My two girls had bladder and kidney issues at various times in their lives.
    I am so glad this product is easily available now – the only issue is having to confine them separately to ID WHICH kitty is the one with the issue.

  4. Carissa Joslyn says:

    My moms favorite cat passed away due to Urinary infection, so we do worry, and would love to get a head start on it, just in case something were to happen again.

  5. Marge Woods says:

    We lost a cat to urinary infection, so really glad to find this.

  6. Joan Garrison says:

    My kitty pees all over the place. I think he has a problem.

    • Congratulations Joan! You are the winner of the Urinary Health Risk Indicator and the 30 Day Litter! Your prize will be shipping directly from the company so please allow a few weeks to arrive. Thank you for being a part of The Tiniest Tiger community.

  7. Lisa Voyce says:

    I do have concerns, as we other health issues, but so far we have had no problems.

  8. Dusty Rainbolt says:

    Cosmo has had blockages. I’d love to give this product a try.

  9. Cindy Loohoo says:

    I have 3 kitties requiring a urinary prescription diet. One recently had a UTI with a lot of blood in his urine. I would LOVE to have this additive to put in their litter if something seems a little off with one of my babies. Great contest, thanks!

  10. Amy Sikes says:

    My neighbor’s cat recently adopted me. He has an issue with urinating, well, anywhere he feels like it, apparently. I assumed it was just stress from entering a new house filled with strange cats (though he chose to do it!), but when I spoke with his former dad, he said that Simon has had issues with chronic UTIs. So yes, I’m worried about him. He does pee in the box as well as everywhere else, so it would be interesting to see what this litter might show.

  11. Darlene Carbajal says:

    I actually worry about my cat’s urinary health.

  12. My current cat doesn’t show any signs of urinary tract problems but I’ve had cats in the past with them. I’m always trying to be cautious with it.

  13. Elines Acevedo says:

    I haven’t seen any signs of urinary tract issues in my cats but my sister’s cats have.

  14. MichelleNelson&Famly says:

    We have had 3 cats with urinary issues but not at the same time.

  15. Stephanie Douglas says:

    To my knowledge, my cats have not had any urinary infections, but I always keep an eye on their health!

  16. Roxanne Coryell says:

    My senior kitty, Gracie, is diabetic, and also has kidney disease. I watch constantly for signs of trouble with her urinating.

  17. Theresa Spaid says:

    My 2 cats now haven’t had any problems but I lost my Siamese Bruce Lee years from it. I still miss him to ths day.

  18. I have never noticed my cat having urinary issues but I pay attention and watch for changes as I scoop every day

  19. jmarkey says:

    Anna has idiopathic cystitis. This means her bladder lining is a little inflamed and we have ruled out all of the known potential causes. We found it on a routine urine check. Her blood work was all fine and the only problem we found with her urine was a small amount of blood. We did repeat urine checks and with no improvement we did more extensive testing. Since we didn’t find a cause we are now monitoring her for changes at her yearly check ups. And of course if I notice any changes at home we go to the vet right away. It’s great to know that products are being developed to help pets and owners who have urinary problems – whether they find a cause or are monitoring the situation, like us.

  20. Martha D says:

    My Mina suffers from cystitis every now and then, so I do worry and constantly watch her litter box behavior. This tool would be so helpful! Thanks for the offer 🙂

  21. Naomi & Gromek says:

    I do worry with 2 male cats! Peanut did give us a urinary scare following a surgery once, and ever since then we’re very careful to give more wet food and got them a new fountain to encourage more drinking!

  22. Pleshette McGrady says:

    I have two boys that I constantly worry about. One of my boys has had issues with cystitis so its something that I am always concerned about.

  23. RitaMeow says:

    Both of my boys have had urinary tract problems in the past but by working with our vet they have resolved through diet & weight loss. I continue to be concerned so have the opportunity to win a product that would help indicate if there is a problem would be a great relief! Thanks so much!

  24. Sheila K. says:

    My kitty-boy has a problem with crystals in the past but he was treated and is okay now!

  25. Linda Szymoniak says:

    We have three cats – a senior Maine Coon named Koneko, a 5-6 year old female DSH gray tabby, and a 10-month-old orange tabby/white male DSH. Of course I worry about them all and want to do what I can to keep them healthy, but worry most about Moko. She has allergies and when they flare up she does seem to drink more water and use the litter box more. With three cats and even having multiple litter boxes, all three predominately use the same litter box. I’d love to be able to try this litter in that boc.

  26. Mags Germann says:

    this sounds great! With five cats we are always looking for a better litter solution.. I have two cats that have UTI problems and we are always monitoring their UTI health… this will make it easier…

  27. We’ve haven’t had issues so far. Knock on wood!

  28. Eric Rathbun says:

    this is a neat idea. I’m not currently worried about urinary problems, but this is good to keep in mind if I suspect something

  29. fatmeatloaf1 says:

    I have 8 cats, so it’s always a worry. Luckily I haven’t had any UTI issues with any of them. It’s always a good idea to bring a urine sample to their annual vet exams and have bloodwork done anyway to stay on top of things.

  30. da tabbies o trout towne says:

    this is truly a great idea and best fishes to everyone entering the contest !

  31. Sheree Harrell says:

    I have 4 cats that knock on wood have not had any UTI’s. But this sounds like the type of product to keep on hand just in case there is a problem. Great idea!

  32. So far no issues but; I have an older cat that I worry about cause he is 14.
    Sue B

  33. MzKitty20 says:

    I have had three of my cats suffer from recurring UTI ‘s and urinary crystals. This sounds like a wonderful product.