If it moves, it dies.
By ALMA J. BUELVA
PET owners know that cats and dogs (no matter how well-trained) sometimes still pee or spray where they are not supposed to for different reasons. Unless they leave a puddle behind, finding where pets made their mark is like being in a mini-episode of Crime Scene Investigation (CSI) where you have to use some high-tech gadgetry to do the job.
Recently, we stumbled upon just the thing for spotting cat urine deposits that have already dried, so they are not easily visible to the naked eye. Urine Finder, from the line of Urine Off products made in the USA, is a mini LED/UV flashlight that helps locate where your cat or dog did a No. 1. This unassuming tool can spot urine, even old and dried ones, while letting you live out your fantasies of being this quiet but very sharp CSI or NCIS agent. For these two reasons, we agreed to pay almost P900 for essentially a small flashlight that promises mad powers against “wiwi”.
At home where some cats practically live in my bedroom, I felt a tinge of dread and trepidation about using the Urine Finder. Outwardly, everything in the room looked in order, but I kinda didn't want to see what the Urine Finder would reveal to me and confirm what I knew all along – my cats' betrayal of my trust and cheeky violation of the sanitation code I hold dear.
But without further ado: lights out, Urine Finder on. Oh my God!!
Well, it was not as gross as I feared, but my cats did a Jackson Pollock in certain areas where forgiveness can't be granted. However, the way the UV light makes pee marks shine green kinda cushioned my shock, and I found myself making mental notes of the exact “scene of the crimes” so I could clean there later.
If you suspect your pets are having a pee party behind your back and you want to investigate, the Urine Finder can show you a trail of evidence in one sweep. All it needs are three AAA batteries.
The Urine Finder is available at Bow & Wow for close to P900. Amazon.com carries it for $14.98 plus shipping charge.
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