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Pet Wee-Wee Catcher

Never frighten your pet again.
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If you have a pet, you have been where I was recently. You think your pet may have a bladder or urinary tract infection, so you follow said pet around for a couple of days trying to catch a urine sample to take to the veterinarian. (For me, it was a cup on a stick). However; every time you try to catch the sample, the pet moves away. My idea is a receptacle that you can strap to the part that pees that will catch the sample so that your pet will not have to endure a catheter as mine did. That way, you won't look like some sort of pervo following a small animal around with a cup on a stick trying to get it's urine.
DVineMissEva, Feb 23 2006

http://shopcart.sho...cellaneous/HOL7531/ [tacit, Feb 23 2006]

Collecting horse wee-wee the bad way... http://www.hcgresou.../HormoneHorrors.htm
[spidermother, Feb 23 2006]

...and the good way http://72.14.207.10...&gl=au&ct=clnk&cd=6
[spidermother, Feb 23 2006]

Horse wee-wee catcher (pics) http://www.thorgard.com.au/
[spidermother, Feb 24 2006]

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       Um, could you post the pictures? (Of you following your dog around with a cup on a stick.)
DrCurry, Feb 23 2006
  

       Maybe it would help if you made the cup to look like a hydrant...?   

       hey, she never said it was a dog...maybe it's a pet mouse or something.
xandram, Feb 23 2006
  

       Anything else would have a litter box, making pee collection straightforward. (Unless it's a lama or something, of course, but I don't think they're easy to frighten.)
DrCurry, Feb 23 2006
  

       So, you want a plastic nonabsorbent diaper?
shapu, Feb 23 2006
  

       We use U-bags (see link above) at work to get urine specimins from babies- i guess the pet (if hairy) would need shaving around the 'equipment' to get the bag to stick, but it works pretty well on recalcitrant infants.
tacit, Feb 23 2006
  

       No dignity anywhere. Sheesh...
The Kat, Feb 23 2006
  

       -DrCurry- Now that I think of it, I wish I had taken pics. It had to be pretty funny-looking. The pet in question is a VERY spoiled toy poodle and as it turns out, she has a mass in her bladder and will have to have surgery to remove it. -spidermother- I don't own a horse, but I think that (link) should be classified as cruelty to animals. -The Kat- If you knew me, you would see why this was quite an experience for me, being that I am one of those Diva types that leaves for work at 7:00 a.m. with full makeup and not a hair out of place. Nails manicured every six weeks without fail and the poodle gets groomed on the same schedule. She even gets her nails painted. She also has a wardrobe. Go ahead, I even used to make fun of people like me. :-)
DVineMissEva, Feb 24 2006
  

       //cruelty to animals// Agreed. I heard about this when the idea in my second link was shown on local TV show Landline. It rather disgusted me that such a barbaric method was used when a bit of lateral thinking could come up with something so much better.
spidermother, Feb 24 2006
  

       //the part that pees// Depending on the species, the location of this part varies wildly.
jellydoughnut, Feb 25 2006
  

       Do infants know how to be recalcitrant?
notmarkflynn, Feb 27 2006
  
      
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