An app for cats that helps test for the pregnancy of their kittens is getting rave reviews.
But it’s not a perfect pregnancy test and it’s also not recommended for pregnant women.
“We tested this app and it was the best pregnancy test we’ve used so far,” said Amanda L. Smith, a veterinarian and pet owner in Phoenix.
She said she found it easy to use.
“I can get my husband to go and look it up and it is completely accurate,” she said.
Smith said she bought the app after her husband became ill and was in pain from an infection.
She has since given birth to a daughter, but her cats are still on the app and she said they are loving the app.
Smith’s husband has developed an infection, so he’s been using the app for a while, she said, adding that he was worried about getting pregnant, but the test did not give him an indication of a risk.
“It was really quick and easy and it worked great,” Smith said.
“And I don’t even know if it was on the iPhone or not,” she added.
Smith used the app while pregnant with her daughter and she found the app was accurate.
It has been downloaded over 3 million times, Smith said, and she has also received several positive reports.
The app was not available for sale in Arizona, but Smith said she was happy with how the app is being used. “
It’s great for getting us through these hard times and it has helped keep us going.”
The app was not available for sale in Arizona, but Smith said she was happy with how the app is being used.
“I think people need to look for it in every county and even states,” she told ABC News.
A cat-app developer is working on a smartphone app that will help women test for pregnancy, the New York Times reported.
The app, called Pregnant Cat, was developed by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons and will help people get an accurate pregnancy test.
It will include a cat-themed QR code for users to scan, and a website that will offer pregnancy tests and other information, the Times reported Monday.
The app will have more than 20 different cat tests.
The test will be sent to a pet owner’s phone, but not to a home or clinic.
The testing will be done in the home, so there is no need to go to the veterinarian to have it done, said Dr. David L. Schwartz, a veterinary geneticist and senior research fellow at Cornell University’s Cornell Lab of Ecosystems.
It will be free for people to use, and Schwartz said the company plans to expand it to other states.
The website will be updated regularly with new tests.
The new test will not work in hospitals, but there is a version that can be sent in a paper tube and used in a hospital, Schwartz said.
He said it is not recommended to have a cat in a room with a pregnant woman.
There is no way to know if the test will work, and Smith said the results should be sent back within a day.
The company is working with the CDC to update the app with the latest testing methods, the newspaper reported.
The cat pregnancy app was created by the University of Arizona and will be available for download this summer, according to a press release.