Multi-urine alert function - App version upgrade

Smart cat toilet "toletta ®" dedicated app, April 30, 2020,"Multi-urination alert function" alerts when the amount of urine is large in the dayHas been released.

*This feature is only available to those who have subscribed to "Basic Plan" and "Premium Plan"

If polyuria is detected, use the "Under the arrow to represent today's health"💧We've detected a lot of urine."


App screen


How did you add this alert feature?

Cats have diseases (kidney disease, hyperthyroidism, diabetes, etc.) that show symptoms called polyuria that pee a lot. Polyuria is said to have a total urine volume of more than 50ml per kg of body weight, and this "polyurea alert" adopts that standard.

Conventional alerts have helped to detect initial symptoms of increased urine based on the rate of change, but the new "polyuria alert" will alert even cats that have not seen much change in urine volume due to polyuria.

In the future, these two logics are expected to be adapted to the urine volume, and alerts will be delivered to cats that may be even more ill.

- Dr. Yuki Asami, Director of Tretta Neko Hospital


We will continue to add features that will help us manage our health.
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Yuki Asami

Director, Toretta Neko Hospital
Yuki Asami

Graduated from Kitasato University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Medicine, International Clinical Rotation Extern. In addition to engaging in the daily treatment of cats at the Tokyo Cat Specialty Hospital, he also experienced the treatment of a large number of protected cats. Currently, he is director of The Toretta Neko Hospital.

I was born in a small town in the mountains and grew up surrounded by animals from a young age. Of course, cats love animals. Now he lives with a protective cat and a breeding abandoned dog. We always try to provide friendly and friendly medical care, treatment, and careful explanation to the owner. May cats and people create a healthy and happy future with Tretta.