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Tiki Cat After Dark Variety Pack Canned Cat Food

Tiki Cat After Dark Variety Pack Canned Cat Food

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    Cats love this food!

    By BeeJay on Jul 21, 2018

    My cats gobble this food. It has shredded meat, chunks of meat and the can of quail egg and chicken has at least 1/2 of a quail egg in it. The quality is great and my sixteen year old cat can eat it without any tummy troubles. The downside is it is pricy, so I mix it with Daves chicken. I'm so happy My cats gobble this food. It has shredded meat, chunks of meat and the can of quail egg and chicken has at least 1/2 of a quail egg in it. The quality is great and my sixteen year old cat can eat it without any tummy troubles. The downside is it is pricy, so I mix it with Daves chicken. I'm so happy to have two brands of food she can eat because she can't hold other brands down. I used to think it was the fish oil, but now I think other foods have ingredients she can't eat as the fish oil in Dave's Cat Food and Tiki Cat doesn't bother her. I think these two brands have better quality ingredients and that makes the difference. Tiki Cat After Dark is soupy, but that is a plus for my cats as they need the extra water. … more

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    Broth-heavy

    By klfc on Aug 19, 2018

    The ingredients in this look great, and I wanted to like this, but broth-based foods are not for me. Not only am I paying more and getting less content, but they are tough to serve. My kittens love to drink it up, but don't eat much of the meat. They seem to be full by the time the broth is gone, and The ingredients in this look great, and I wanted to like this, but broth-based foods are not for me. Not only am I paying more and getting less content, but they are tough to serve. My kittens love to drink it up, but don't eat much of the meat. They seem to be full by the time the broth is gone, and don't really eat the rest when I try again later. So I have to portion it carefully to prolong the broth. And even then, one doesn't eat the meat at all (not sure why-- it looks fine to me), so I rely on the other one to finish it. Maybe I'll save these a while and try again when they're older and can eat more at one sitting. Otherwise I won't get anything but pates anymore. … more

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