The cell counts tell how many of each type of white blood cells are present and whether or not they appear normal. White blood cells help fight infection. White blood cell numbers can increase in response to inflammation and infection. White blood cell numbers can decrease with severe infection, bone marrow disease, or (in cats) FeLV or FIV infection.
Protein levels. Albumin may be decreased with disorders of the intestine, kidneys, liver or decreased nutrient intake. The globulin level may also decrease due to intestinal disease and may increase in response to inflammation or cancer.
Creatinine • BUN
Tests of kidney function (should be run in conjunction with urinalysis for the most accurate assessment of kidney function.