Monitor your cats health with Fresh Step Crystals Health Monitoring Cat Litter. This kitty litter changes colors when it detects irregularities in your cats urine pH, which could indicate health issues like UTIs, bladder stones, and acidosis. Made to be a proactive partner in your cats health, use the color scale on the Fresh Step Cat Litter package to find out what the colors mean. If you see a color change outside of the typical range, monitor the crystal litter to see if the color eventually falls within the recommended range. If red or pink, contact your vet immediately (1). You can scan the QR code on the package or visit FreshStep.com for free access to the Fresh Step Crystals Health Monitoring Litter online tool to better understand your cats urinary health. In addition to its unique pH indicator, this lightweight, unscented cat litter offers the same great benefits and quality you trust from Fresh Step, including powerful 30-day odor control (2). (1) Red/Pink (potentially blood): If you see a color that falls within this range, this could be due to the visible presence of blood. If blood is visible, contact your vet immediately. (2) With Ammonia Block Technology.
DETECT POTENTIAL ILLNESS EARLY: pH-activated litter changes color instantly to detect irregularities in your cat’s urine, which could indicate health issues like UTIs and acidosis; pack may vary
LIGHTWEIGHT AND EASY TO USE: Crystals litter is lightweight and easy to use; one bag equals 25 pounds of traditional clumping cat litter and is easy to pour
POWERFUL 30-DAY ODOR CONTROL*: Ammonia Block Technology helps control odors for up to 30 days, keeping the litter box clean and smelling fresh between changes
A VETERINARIAN RECOMMENDED BRAND: This innovative health monitoring litter was created with your cat’s health and happiness in mind by Fresh Step, a veterinarian recommended cat litter brand
MANAGE YOUR CAT’S HEALTH ONLINE: Scan the QR code on the back of the package to get help interpreting your cat’s litter usage, access helpful highlights about pH urine from a veterinarian, and more