We have all waited for this moment for so long, and the time has finally come. The Basepaws Health Marker reports are ready to go live at last! After so many months of anticipation, we are immensely thankful for your incredible patience and support and we are very excited to finally be able to share the bits and pieces about this new addition of the report. Dear ladies and gents, this is your Basepaws Health Marker report!
Health Marker Report is the section of the basic Basepaws Cat DNA Report which test for over 39 genetic mutations that correspond to 17 genetic conditions. Here you will be able to discover if your cat has tested positive for a genetic variant associated with any of the genetic diseases included in our database.
Headaches are possibly one of the most prevalent pain complaints in people. Because there are no available methods to detect an ongoing headache, we rely on the ability to communicate this pain to […]
“I sat on the couch. Dora climbed out of the basket and proceeded all the way to my left shoulder, and it sounded like she whispered in my left ear ‘mom’. I was […]
What brings us all together here at Basepaws is a desire to provide our cats with the very best care possible. We all wish to ensure long, healthy and happy lives for our […]
Here at Basepaws, we spend hours reading, talking and thinking about cats every day. While we’re working our science at the lab and creating diverse kitty content for you, we often stumble upon […]
Mucopolysaccharidosis is a group of metabolic disorders characterized by an enzymatic deficiency and improper digestion of glycosaminoglycans (GAGs). There are three types of feline mucopolysaccharidosis described: MPS I, MPS VI and MPS VII. […]
The unique combination of delightful appearance and lovely personality captivates nearly anyone who has the pleasure of meeting a LaPerm cat. This American rex breed is a carrier of a unique genetic mutation […]
Asthma is a long-term inflammatory disease of the airways of the lungs. It is fairly common in people, but we often overlook the fact that it occurs in cats as well. The condition […]