Rated 5 out of 5 by Katy The only brand of canned food my cat will eat
My cat eats a raw diet for the most part, but I like to give her a can of this or the chicken, every other day. She loves to drink the liquid first and then comes back to eat the rest. This food is shredded chicken and salmon, with vitamins in a consommé. No fillers! She will not eat any other brand of food.
September 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Babette Happy Campers!
My 3 fussy cats love this flavor. Trying to get them off of Fancy Feast & onto a healthier diet. No transition time required - they all dove into it!
September 3, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gloria Slowly Ate It All
My elderly cats seem to love Tiki canned cat food better than any other cat food on the market. The one's that have the shredded chicken, such as this one, takes them a bit longer to eat ..... but they keep coming back to their bowls every few minutes til they finish it up. I just have to remember to cup up the shreds of chicken a lot smaller so my elderly cats have an easier time eating it. I had to give 5 stars because they obviously loved the taste.
August 13, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Katt Really expensive and the kitties wouldn't taste!
This looked great - but we are disappointed that our kitties weren't even interested enough to to take more then a sniff. They aren't super picky usually and love the ingredients that were in it. Bummer.
August 18, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by willowtree55 great stuff very satisfied
looks like human grade food, mostly meat with the right amount of juice, not mostly juice, well proportioned
August 12, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by chfaunce Great for picky eaters!
I have an older (at least 17 now), picky eater in the family. I suppose that at his age, he can be picky. This is one of the few foods that he'll willingly eat - this, and the Tiki Cat salmon (which is apparently is only a meal 'supplement', and not meant to be fed exclusively). Of course, this and the salmon entree are on the higher end of Tiki Cat's menu spectrum - also can't knock my old man for having expensive tastes. ;)
The appearance, quality, and smell of the ingredients are the best that I've seen of any canned diet. All ingredients are easily identified, and appear to be human-grade (as I believe is advertised). The salmon and chicken meats are shredded, and the product isn't "soupy" as competitors' offerings have been. Cats like meat. This product has lots of good meat.
If you have a picky, or older (or both) cat and can afford to splurge, I highly recommend this product. Others may imitate, but none that I've seen so far can match the quality.
December 5, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Tricia Didn't Appeal to Three Feral Cats
I have three adopted feral cats and had high hopes for this food... I really wanted to like it. I ordered this flavor and the chicken. From my point of view... when I first opened the can I was not impressed. I saw shredded chicken with very little liquid or consomme. Call the liquid whatever you want, it was shredded chicken with very little liquid. The first cat tried the chicken, then lapped up the liquid and now won't touch it. The other two cats won't even try it. I ordered two flavors, the Wild Salmon & Chicken and the Chicken. Of these two flavors they liked Wild Salmon least of all. In all fairness to Tiki ... this has happened with other cat foods. I am desperate to get them off the food with soy, wheat, etc. so I have been trying lots of cat foods. So far I have not found a food they like. I'll be trying this food on my racoons tonight.
May 4, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by dckat Can't be without it
So loved that we try to never run out, the Tiki Cat chicken and salmon together are a great combination.
This has enough salmon to entice even elderly cats with diminishing appetites. Even if straight up salmon on an everyday basis weren't a bad thing, they'd likely get tired of it. But here, the salmon provides just enough scent and flavor to get them started, and once they get going, they generally keep eating for awhile.
Yes, we do serve the plain chicken as well. But - in addition to being quite brothy - they're not always keen on it. I imagine they'd just as soon have the chicken we cook in our crock pot for the homemade food we make. (Note that both have a strong sulfur smell, which is not very appetizing to us, but doesn't seem to phase them a bit.)
The chicken and salmon also has a goodly amount of consommé (about the same as canned tuna for people), just not as much as the plain chicken. We sometimes drain this off and serve it to an ailing kitty, or spoon it onto less expensive canned food to give it more nose appeal.
September 7, 2015