Rated 4 out of 5 by ItsMe Helped my Kitty
My cat has recently lost a lot of weight and the vet can't figure out why! So I google searched best food to fatten my cat up and Tiki Cat showed up first. It brought me to chewy.com and I bought a case of 12 for $17. My cat absolutely loves it and it has helped her gain .8 pounds in two weeks just by eating a can a day (she also has dry food available at all times). However, I went to order more the other day and saw that the price went down to $11 for the same case! That bothered me because I spent $6 more just 2 weeks prior! That is my only problem :(
January 21, 2017
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tilkster Limited ingredients
My cat has allergies. This food is great because it is only salmon. There is no chicken or peas or potatoes. I also have a picky cat & she loves this food too!!
January 11, 2017
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bucko ENOUGH JUICE...
My picky "itsy bits" prefers the juice in the food I serve to her...This has enough juice for her discriminating taste. "Chicken" is good too but as an afterthought. The price is superior with "Chewy" too!
January 12, 2017
Rated 4 out of 5 by pinkhearts777 Very good...would be perfect if all sourced from USA
I ordered several of the sampler variety packs..one which contained shredded chicken with various types of fish and the other sampler pack was more beef, turkey and duck mixed with chicken....I am very thankful for the trial packs....My guys loved the straight salmon ( hence I am here to order a case of that) and also they had a strong liking for the chicken which was mixed with the duck and chicken mixed with turkey. They did not care for the beef varieties nor did they like any of the liver flavors. The liver pieces were hard and my cats left them in their dishes. Overall, I am pleased with Tiki...The food resembles Weruva but, unlike Weruva which sources their taurine from China, Tiki does not. I confirmed this in an email with both companies. Tiki assured me they sourced no ingredients from China. Tiki is rotated with Feline Caviar, Natures Variety Homestyle Stews, Red Barn Naturals Stew and Great Life.....I would suggest purchasing a trial pack as felines can be very finicky LOL
February 14, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by TaylorsMom Salmon
Our diabetic kitty loves this one! She loves the drink the juice then eat the chunks afterwards
December 30, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by SilverCrow I would eat this
This food is so good smelling and high quality I think I would eat it in a pinch. My cats don't get fish daily so when I pop this open they come running. Every bowl licked clean. Love this brand of food and so do my cats.
December 12, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by sadmanatee Good quality; my cat just doesn't like it.
My kitten has been eating Tiki Cat's Succulent Chicken since he was 3 months old (supplemented with kitten food, of course). Since he was getting a bit tired of just chicken, I decided to try another flavor of Tiki Cat... And he's just not very into the salmon and ignores it most of the time. When he has eaten it, it's given him some very stinky poo.
Like all "succulent in consomme" Tiki Cat foods, it's nice chunks of meat in a fair amount of broth. The source of the salmon is not specified on the can, so I'm assuming it's farm-raised salmon from Thailand (where it is manufactured).
I do recommend this food if your kitty loves salmon and fish! I guess I've figured out that my guy prefers poultry and game meats over fish.
October 14, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dodo for cats with kidney failure
This is my cat's new favorite; she is at her last stage of kidney failure. Nature's Variety LID had done wonders for her until recently (formula change) so I was looking for a replacement. OMG, I should have tried this earlier. The quality of juicy meat in this one is no comparison, even I am tempted to eat this Tiki food. Because the phosphorus % on dry matter basis is still a bit high (1%) for her condition, I do pair this with Epakitin, a phosphorus binder, which Chewy also carries, together with probiotics to aid her digestion. She seems to be happier, more active, when she eats this Tiki food and she licks every bit from her bowl until there's nothing left. I'm switching her to all Tiki going forward. There are only maybe 5-6 flavors, including chicken, salmon, sea bass, tilapia, that has phosphorus at about 0.2% (as fed basis) and 1% (dry matter basis) that cats with kidney failure can perhaps eat with phosphorus binder added. Most prescription diet has phosphorus between 0.5-0.8% on dry matter basis. I prefer feeding my baby a high quality meat limited ingredient product and use Epakintin (binder) to reduce the phosphorus instead of using common prescription diet. Her condition has improved so much under the diet of high quality wet food.
October 4, 2016