Tiki Cat Napili Luau Wild Salmon & Chicken in Chicken Consomme Canned Cat Food
Excellent food for a cat with dietary restrictions. Or any cat.
I have an 18 year old cat with severe inflammatory bowel disease. Feeding him a home-prepared raw diet would be best, but it's not always practicable for me, and I frequently have to rely on commercial foods. There are many 'grain-free' foods on the market, but only a handful which are carbohydrate-free. In the past three years, Tiki Cat literally has been a lifesaver for Mojo.
1) Several 'grain-free' canned foods he had been eating began adding wheat gluten, potato, soy protein, and other ingredients to their recipes--all of which aggravated Mojo's IBD, and sent me searching for a food which would work. Tiki Cat's flavors without rice have none of the problematic ingredients. It is consistently manufactured to a high standard. Mojo eats the Napili Luau (wild salmon & chicken) and Puka Puka Luau (chicken), which are also free of vegetable gums. Meat, oil (sunflower seed and fish), and the necessary nutritional supplements--that's it. Perfect.
2) Geriatric cats have a harder time metabolizing protein and need a larger percentage of it in their diet than younger cats to maintain muscle mass. Tiki Cat's use of high quality animal protein has reversed Mojo's age-related wasting. He is sleek, glossy, lean, but well-muscled.
3) Cats with inflammatory bowel disease are also extremely prone to dental resorptive lesions. In three years eating Tiki Cat, Mojo's usual gum inflammation has been considerably reduced, and two lesions have disappeared without treatment. This is probably due to the lack of ingredients aggravating his immune system, plus the mechanical cleaning action. Tiki Cat is made up of big chunks and shreds of meat; the cat must chew it, and this is great for removing tartar from the teeth--much more effective than dry kibble, and only a little less effective than eating raw chunked meat.
I would love to see another flavor or two in the line which does not contain fish or rice, with a slightly higher fat content. Otherwise, I couldn't be happier with this product.
January 4, 2014
Great for Sensitive systems
I have a cat that cannot eat Tuna or any grains, and he loves this food. I can't give him the other varieties of Tiki cat, but this one is wonderful. He loves it and will consistently eat it and has not lost his appetite for it even though he is also a typically finicky cat. He usually only likes what he can't stomach, but this is one exception. Thank you for a great product that my cat can eat!
October 21, 2012
This product is impressive
If I were starving, I would consider eating this product. The Chicken is shredded all white meat and the tuna looks like Starkist. I can't get it in the bowl fast enough. Definitely one of Tigger's favorite.
I highly recommend this product (for the cat). lol
September 6, 2012
Excellent cat food
One of my cat's favorites. Great for cats with sensitive stomachs. Even my most sensitive cat hasn't had any digestive issues.
August 6, 2014
This salmon is awful. Smells metallic.
My cats like the chicken flavors of tiki, but they will not eat the salmon varieties. It smells very odd, metallic like. Stay away!
July 27, 2014
The cat's love it!!
This product is one of my cats favorite foods. Lots of meat. The best thing is its grain free since one of my cats is diabetic.
December 5, 2014
great for stomatitis
See my review for puka puka luau. This food is wonderful
November 30, 2014
For Finicky Cats:
My cat is very spoiled. He will not eat pate forms of wet cat food anymore. He loves people food, and when I became aware of Tiki Cat, I started him on the chicken and salmon. My boy just loves it, and cannot get enough of it.
I just wish it were a little cheaper and came in larger cases. If you buy the 6 oz can, one can will last for an entire day. I feed him 3 times per day and divide it up. If you buy the smaller cans, you have to feed 2 cans a day.
My saying is pay me now or pay me later. Spend money on good nutritious food now, and you save on vet bills.
November 19, 2014