✔︎ Insight into weight change
✔︎ Insight into daily habits
✔︎ Insight into resting time
✔︎ Insight into toilet patterns cats only
✔︎ Real-time activity updates
✔︎ Relevant metrics
✔︎ Reports & trend analysis
How to get started
- When placed underneath a sleeping spot, the FENISKA Base automatically records your pet’s weight and rest time.
- When placed underneath a cat’s litter box, the FENISKA Base records your cat’s natural toilet habits, including the time spent in the toilet, and the frequency of toilet visits.
Made to help you
Ensure your pet is at a healthy weight
Obesity reduces the life span of your pet by up to 2 years. It is also the leading cause of recurring diseases such as arthritis, diabetes, and heart problems.
Care for vulnerable pets
Senior pets and pets with existing health conditions need to be monitored very closely. FENISKA Base will monitor weight, a critical indicator of health indicator, to help you notice when intervention is needed
Understand the overall wellbeing
Prevention is better than cure. Having consistent access to your pet’s health condition helps you identify health problems sooner, and encourage you to improve the overall wellbeing of your pet.
Stay up to Date
With our current activities feature, you will always know what your pet is up to, even when you are out and about. Health reports help you stay informed no matter what.
What you can monitor
Food intake (manually tracked)
Toilet visits (for cats)
Activity (manually tracked)
Mood (manually tracked)
What experts say about FENISKA
Frequently Asked Questions
Mostly all cats can use the Feniska® Base and some dogs breeds are more likely to in the weight to use it like teacup breeds, Papillon, Mini Poodle, Pomeranian, Scottish Terrier, Schnauzer, Maltese Shih Tzu, Jack Russell Terrier, Chihuahua, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, and some others like Pugs.
1. 53% of pets are overweight, and according to APA, obesity is the #1 health problem in pets, and it reduces life span by up to 2 years. It is also the leading cause of illnesses such as heart problems, urinary stones, and diabetes.
2. Gradual weight loss indicates chronic illness and is already noticeable months in advance. Gradual weight loss is not easily visible to the naked eye.