Identify health concerns you can’t see to ensure optimal intestinal function

Many digestive conditions are present years before they are diagnosed and can become worse over time. Evaluating your cat’s overall gut function can help ensure they are fully digesting food, having low inflammatory responses, and have a strong intestinal lining.

This comprehensive test examines two distinct gut functions:


  • Leaky Gut
  • Zonulin & Antigliadin-IgA
  • A strong intestinal lining is associated with better health
  • Identify the health of your pet’s intestinal lining and reactions to gluten

Fecal zonulin serves as a valuable clinical indicator of intestinal permeability, commonly referred to as “leaky gut.” This condition signifies a compromised tightness in the intestinal lining, permitting the passage of digestive elements inappropriately. Elevated levels indicate a malfunction in the intestinal lining, often associated with heightened food sensitivity, such as to gluten, or an impairment in the usual gut bacteria. Antigliadin IgA antibodies, when present in high levels, can signify an immune response to gluten.


  • Inflammation & Immunity
  • Calprotectin & Secretory IgA
  • Identify and calm increased inflammation
  • Gut disorders are common in cats and are often related to intestinal inflammation. This test can identify gut inflammation, the levels of normal gut bacteria, and determine an appropriate level of immune protection in the digestive process.

Digestive issues are prevalent among cats and are frequently linked to inflammation of the intestines. This examination is capable of detecting signs of gut inflammation, assessing the levels of typical gut bacteria, and establishing an optimal level of immune protection during the digestive process. Calprotectin, a protein present in white blood cells, is a key focus of this test. Elevated calprotectin levels in the intestinal tract may signal inflammation and could potentially respond well to anti-inflammatory treatments.

Secretory IgA, the most abundant antibody class in the bowel, plays a crucial role in providing immune protection during the digestive process. Elevated levels may suggest an immune response to parasites or specific food sensitivities. Conversely, low levels might indicate a compromised immune response or insufficient gut bacteria.