Tiki Cat Koolina Luau Chicken with Egg in Chicken Consomme Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

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Tiki Cat's Koolina Luau Recipe is made with shredded chicken breast meat mixed with whole scrambled chicken egg. It's simmered in a chicken consomme broth made in a traditional stock method to produce naturally occurring flavors. Sunflower oil, vitamins and minerals are then added to create a tasty, healthy meal your cat will love.

Key Benefits

  • High-protein grain-free canned cat food recipe made with shredded free-range, hormone and antibiotic-free chicken mixed with whole scrambled eggs and then simmered in a chicken consomm√© broth for a decadent seafood flavor your cat will be sure to love
  • Added sunflower oil, vitamins and mineral make this a complete and balanced meal and meets the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO for cats of all life stages
  • Unique recipe contains no gluten, carbohydrates, starches or flours
  • High moisture recipe helps supplement cats that don't drink enough water and helps maintain good urinary and digestive health
  • Zero glycemic index

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  • Item Number
  • Food Texture
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Lifestage
    Adult, All Stages
  • Special Diet
    No Corn No Wheat No Soy, High-Protein, Gluten Free, Low Glycemic, Grain-Free

Nutritional Info


  1. Chicken, Chicken Broth, Sunflower Seed Oil, Dried Egg, Tricalcium Phosphate, Choline Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Taurine, Magnesium Sulfate, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate, Iron Amino Acid Chelate, Vitamin E Supplement, Ascorbic Acid, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Niacin (Vitamin B3), Manganese Amino Acid Chelate, Vitamin A Supplement, Copper Amino Acid Chelate, Calcium Iodate, Calcium Pantothenate, Sodium Selenite, Riboflavin Supplement (Vitamin B2), Vitamin B12 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin K3 Supplement.
Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 17.0% min
Crude Fat 2.9% min
Crude Fiber 0% max
Moisture 79.0% max
Ash 1.0% max
Taurine 0.2% max

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Zero or Low Carbohydrates

Tiki Pets believes that if it isn't part of cats' natural prey parameters, it shouldn't be in their food, and that includes carbohydrates. In the wild, cats eat little to no carbohydrates, and Tiki Pets has found that diets high in carbohydrates and low in animal protein can lead to health issues. That's why Tiki formulas are grain-free and contain low or zero carbohydrates.

Simple, Fresh Ingredients

All Tiki formulas contain no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives and are made without corn, wheat, soy or fillers.



Excellent source of moisture similar to that found in natural prey to support healthy kidney, liver and urinary tract functions.



Great source of Omega-3 fatty acid, which supports joint functionality and promotes healthy skin and a lustrous coat.

Sunflower Seeds


Excellent source of Omega-6 fatty acid, manganese, magnesium, zinc and vitamins E, B1 and A. Contains anti-inflammatory properties.

About Tiki Pets

Tiki Pets prepares food with a nutrient profile that mimics the natural prey for cats and dogs. Ingredients are human grade and contain no grains, GMOs or glutens. All products are sustainably sourced, mercury-free and dolphin safe.

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Customer Reviews

Tiki Cat Koolina Luau Chicken with Egg in Chicken Consomme Grain-Free Canned Cat Food is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 126.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from New formula contains vitamin K3 :-( I'm not sure when Tiki began adding menadione to Koolina Luau, but there it is, right on the back of the can. I compromise on many ingredients, but not Vitamin K3. Against the Grain's Caribbean Club has a similar consistency, so I'll stick with that. Disappointed in Tiki.
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Kittens devour it! Lots to love about a Tiki Cat Chicken and Egg. First, it's healthy and does not contain all the junk that goes into most canned food like grains, carrageenan, starches, clay, synthetic vitamin k, gravy, etc. This food is so simple, chicken, egg, chicken broth and a vitamin mix that cats need. This is easy on digestion and perfect for cats with IBS. Zero cabs for diabetic or pre diabetic cats. My two cats love the taste and love it just as much after leftovers have been refrigerated and warmed back up to room temp. This doesn't give them stink breath like other wet foods either. I love how they have to chew it just like they would prey in the wild. It's also easy to add extra water to it and they just lap it up and enjoy. I'll give each cat about 2.5 oz. with extra water and after they eat it I'll put down an 1/8 cup of Orijen. The extra water offsets the lack of moisture in the dry. It helps save money because Tiki Cat is very expensive and it's a bit too low in fat.
Date published: 2014-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My kitties go nuts over this food! I was hesitant, at first, to try this brand, as I'd never heard of it and our local pet stores don't carry it. However, my daughter gave me a can to try because she said her cats loved it. I checked the ingredients, which were great. I split that one can of shredded chicken between 4 cats and they were begging for more! So I ordered some from Chewy, and they absolutely love this food! My elderly kitty had been having some tummy issues and vomiting frequently, even with eating limited ingredient foods. She loves this food. It is simple with real white meat shredded chicken with broth and a bit of scrambled (?) egg in it also. I'm not exaggerating, but this kitty has literally stopped the throwing up! The other kitties love it too, and they are all beautiful with shiny coats and in great health. I'm thankful for Tiki Cat. Please keep up the great work.
Date published: 2016-10-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Previously returned this product I had previously purchased this product and then donated it...because at the time chewy did not update the new formula ingredients...which turned out contained vitamin k 3, sounds harmless but it isn't...and sodium selenite....too bad...hopefully their other formulas won't follow suit.
Date published: 2017-02-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I'm sure it's a good product just not for my cat I tried this product for my diabetic cat and he was not impressed. He ate it the first time but not with gusto as he normally does. The second feeding was a nibble here or there and then he walked away. Both feedings were a mixture of my cats original food and the new Tiki Cat food as I am attempting to find him a new food. A day later he was covered in bumps around his neck and had scratched himself raw ripping out a huge chunk of his fur and making himself bleed. He was a mess! Although this was an organic food gluten free etc, it did not set well with my kitty. Two weeks later he is still recovering from his reaction, the bumps are going away, he is scratching less and his fur is growing back...it's very hard to find a food for my Applejack that he can tolerate, sadly Tiki Cat is not the one for him. (My other 2 cats did not have a reaction to this food but they were not hip on eating it either.) I'm sure this is a good cat food, it just isn't the right one for my kitties.
Date published: 2015-07-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from New label, new recipe Loved this recipe before they just changed it! No more tuna oil, chicken is first ingredient as opposed to "shredded chicken breast", egg went to "dried egg", protein went from 19% to 17%, fat from 2% to 2.9%.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Good! This is a very high quality food and quite palatable for even the pickiest of eaters. Some cats don't like the shredded texture of this brand but if you put it in the food processer for a few seconds you can turn it into more of a mash. I highly recommend this brand and flavor and love the added egg.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A potentially great food with poor quality control? Black spots in food: May be precipitated mineral supplement? I have one kitten that has had persistent loose stool (no parasites, lab tests normal) for several months, ever since I got her and her sister (who seems to have a cast iron stomach, thank goodness). As I've done more and more research on the thickeners / fillers used in wet cat food, I'm becoming more convinced that she may have a sensitivity to guar gum and/or tapioca or other starches. She won't eat dry food, so I really needed a good wet food that would give her enough protein and calories. So, after searching for a wet food that was nutritionally complete but did NOT have carageenan (linked to intestinal inflammation), guar gum (may decrease digestability and cause irritation), other gums, or carbohydrates like tapioca, potatoes, etc (may cause osmotic diarrhea in sensitive cats since cats are not designed to digest carbs) I finally found Tiki Cat. I'm not feeding fish-based foods except as an occasional snack since constant fish can be problematic in sensitive cats (a respected holistic vet has an article online re why she advises against a fish-based diet for cats)---so I bought a case of the plain Tiki chicken, and the Tiki chicken/egg since the ingredients looked really good (I wish it didn't contain tuna oil, but that's a small complaint). I started off with the plain chicken in broth---both kittens loved it, so the next day I opened a can of the chicken/egg---only to find that it had a lot of black specks in it! I contacted Chewy, and as usual, customer service was excellent and they are sending me a new case (hopefully it will not have the same problem!)---and the helpful Chewy rep told me that "Generally speaking, those [black specks] will just be mineral deposits (likely phosphorous) that turned color during the cooking process". In looking online, I found someone who had been able to get a reply from Tiki re the same issue, and was told "result of the chelation process between copper and sulfur in the supplement mix........Please be assured that this product is perfectly safe for your cats". That's helpful information, but in reading Amazon reviews, I noted several reviews indicating that their cats had gotten diarrhea / had digestive upset after eating the black spot food, so I'm not risking it. A helpful Amazon reviewer noted that Tiki was bought out by a different company in 2015, and she and other reviewers who are long-term Tiki feeders have noted more product inconsistency in the last year or so. Is the product being cheapened? I hope not. I do want to point out that the Tiki chicken (plain) that I bought, in the 3oz cans, was fine--it had an expiration date of Feb 2019. The 6 oz Tiki chicken/egg cans, with an expiration date of April 2018, had the black specks. If I can find single cans of Tiki locally, and if cans with exp. dates of 2019 are OK / no black specks, I will continue buying this food--otherwise, it's (regrettably) off the list until the manufacturer gets its act together. So to sum up, this is a food that has a lot going for it (plain chicken and eggs, no extraneous gums or starches)---and the black specks may in fact be perfectly safe...but I don't want to risk my poor kitten's stomach, so I'll be trying freeze-dried raw food next.
Date published: 2016-08-29
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