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Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food

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Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food, 2.8-oz, case of 12

Tiki Cat's Bora Bora Luau Recipe is made using wild caught sardines that are sliced into cutlets, with the tail and fins removed. They're cooked whole in a lobster consomme broth made with lobster shells in a traditional stock method to produce naturally occurring flavors. A blend of vegetable gums is added to the broth at the end to provide a gentle jelly to keep the meat from falling apart. Finally, sunflower oil, vitamins and minerals are added to create a tasty, healthy meal your cat will love.

Key Benefits

  • Grain & gluten free
  • Carbohydrate free
  • Starch and flour free
  • High in protein
  • Zero glycemic index
  • Suitable for all life stages

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Item Number 49110
Special Diet
  • No Corn No Wheat No Soy
  • Gluten Free
  • Low Glycemic
  • Grain-Free
Lifestage
  • All Stages
  • Adult
Form
  • Canned Food

Sardine Cutlets 69%, Lobster Consommé 30%, Sunflower Seed Oil 0.6%, Contains less than 1% of the following: Locust Bean Gum, Guar Gum, Choline chloride, Taurine, Vitamin E, Zinc sulfate heptahydrate, Iron oxide red, Ferrous sulfate monohydrate, Nicotinic acid (Vitamin B3), Thiamine mononitrate (Vitamin B1), , Calcium pantothenate, Manganese sulfate monohydrate, Potassium iodide, Vitamin A supplement, hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Folic acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement

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Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food 4.3 5 13 13
If ten cats give it a thumbs-up, it MUST be good! We have five house cats and also feed a colony of 5 feral cats. Needless to say, the indoor cats think this food is just heavenly and we're now drawing feral cats from other colonies, too. We bought a selection, and so far every flavor has been a hit. No one gets Tiki Cat for every meal, so it is always a real treat when they do get it. The food lives up to it's billing of 'whole food'. There are large, identifiable pieces of sardine and other fish in most of the flavors though the tuna is more finely ground. These are small cans and a little pricy but the reward of fishy-kitty-kisses make it worth it. January 31, 2015
Very palatable, chunk meat-requires vitamins Tiki Sardines are great to mix or feed straight, particularly for jaded appetites-this is a whole food supplement, consider feeding a vitamin supplement December 30, 2012
Wowza...cats love it !! My 3 kitties LOVE this....I will say this has large pieces of sardines in it....I was a little worried the cats would try to swallow the large pieces of fish causing them upset....The fish is very soft and I mashed them up (slightly) with a fork..This has worked great !! Tiki sardine and lobster is going to be a regular on the rotational list ! February 24, 2015
The boys love it. !!!!!!! We have two bengal cats, Of all the different brands amd flavors, This is their Favorite !!!!!!!!!!!! February 14, 2015
Really wanted my cat to like this... This product was recommended to me by a feed store. Since the Taste of the Wild shortage, I have been hard pressed to find something similarly textured for my sensitive/picky cat. Tried this variety and noted the whole pieces of sardines in a gelatinous base. My cat reluctantly tried it and ended up eating around the sardines until they were all that was left. Cut to an hour later and my cat was projectile vomiting... a lot... everywhere. I've seen similar reviews to mine. I will try some other flavors that I purchased, but it doesn't look promising. January 17, 2015
Cats were amazed All three cats loved this food.They get bored very easy.but always eat all their tiki cat September 7, 2014
Whole food cats really love This is a quality food made with whole fish cutlets that contains no fillers or questionable ingredients. My cats eagerly eat this straight out of the can, and sometimes I will feed it plain as a special treat, but I normally give them a couple spoonfuls of the sardines with another canned food and mix it together. The pinkish lobster consomme mixes well and can also be mushed in with the cutlets of fish. My cats primarily eat poultry, but they do love their fish. I feed them sardines over tuna as sardines have very low levels of mercury contamination. And sardines provide cats with a lot of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and other nutrients. And adding sardines to a food gets my cats used to something new and encourage them to eat something they may not be too crazy about at first. I have also bought the Tiki Cat Tahitian Grill which only contains sardines and found my cats apparently like the Bora Bora Luau more. They must have a sophisticated palate with a preference for lobster. September 1, 2014
Cats love it I have 3 cats that spend their nights in our laundry room--all tricked out for them. One cat (the princess) always had to be carried in at night. Now that I have been feeding Tiki cat foods (6 different flavors) at night, all 3 are ready for bed an hour early, and run in there before me to get their evening meal. I have always heard that no fish should smell fishy if it is fresh. So why feed your cats fishy smelly food? I have not tried all of the Tiki cat foods made of fish. But none of the ones I have tried smell fishy. August 4, 2014
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