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Tiki Cat After Dark Chicken & Quail Canned Cat Food

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Description

Satisfy your cat’s carnivorous cravings with Tiki Cat After Dark Chicken & Quail Grain-Free Canned Cat Food. A gourmet recipe that’s carefully designed to mimic a natural prey diet, the biologically-appropriate food will keep him happy and thriving. It’s full of vitamins and minerals for complete and balanced nutrition, and the high protein and low carb formula is great for his energy levels and immune system. Plus, it’s high in moisture, which offers a host of health benefits—and it all comes in a tasty flavor that will entice him to keep coming back for more.

Key Benefits
  • Gourmet, grain-free wet food recipe is made with all-natural chicken and quail in a savory broth.
  • High-protein, low-carb recipe helps boost energy, support the immune system, and support overall health.
  • Biologically-appropriate nutrient profile mimics the natural prey of cats.
  • Added chelated minerals and vitamins support a complete and balanced diet.
  • High-moisture recipe helps supplement cats that don't drink enough water and helps maintain good urinary and digestive health.

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  • Item Number
    112297
  • Packaging Type

    Can

  • Food Texture

    Shredded, Sliced

  • Food Form

    Wet Food

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Special Diet

    Grain-Free, High-Protein

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Chicken Broth, Chicken, Chicken Liver, Chicken Gizzard, Chicken Heart, Quail Egg, Tricalcium Phosphate, Potassium Chloride, Choline Chloride, Magnesium Sulfate, Taurine, Zinc Amino Acid Chelate, Iron Amino Acid Chelate, Vitamin E Supplement, Tuna Oil, Ascorbic Acid (Source Of Vitamin C), Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Niacin (Vitamin B3), Manganese Amino Acid Chelate, Vitamin A Supplement, Copper Amino Acid Chelate, Calcium Iodate, Calcium Pantothenate, Sodium Selenite, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin K3 Supplement.

Caloric Content

773 kcal/kg, 62 kcal/can

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 12.0% (min)
Crude Fat 2.4% (min)
Crude Fiber 0.7% (max)
Moisture 82.0% (min)
Ash 1.7% (max)
Feeding Instructions

Feed 3 cans per day for 7 lb Adult cat. Varies based on age, activity and lifestyle.

Transition Instructions

Begin the transition by mixing both current food and Tiki cat food together. Gradually decrease the amount of the current cat food while increasing the amount of new Tiki cat food. Continue to do this over a 7 day period.

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Customer Reviews
27 Reviews 27 Reviews 3.9 out of 5 Stars

70% Recommend

70% of reviewersrecommend this product

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  • Kitty loves quail eggs

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    My kitty goes right for the little egg first every time, he loves this recipe! The bottoms of some of the cans were dented, but not bad enough to have popped open or leak, so we used them and both cats are fine and happy.

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  • Watch Out!

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    Do not introduce your cat to After Dark on its own. My cat was fine with the Tiki Chicken Consomme. After he tried the After Dark Chicken & Quail on its own, he began refusing the healthier white meat versions, such as Tiki Chicken Consomme, Tiki Chicken & Egg, and Tiki Chicken & Salmon. The After Dark's are dark meat, organs, and it comes in a soup so it's very tasty compared to the meatier white meat selections with only a little broth. I tried combining an After Dark with one of the regular white meat selections, but by then, my cat felt like I ruined a good thing. He did not refuse to eat it all together, but he left me most of the white meat to throw away. Meanwhile, this is like Do not introduce your cat to After Dark on its own. My cat was fine with the Tiki Chicken Consomme. After he tried the After Dark Chicken & Quail on its own, he began refusing the healthier white meat versions, such as Tiki Chicken Consomme, Tiki Chicken & Egg, and Tiki Chicken & Salmon. The After Dark's are dark meat, organs, and it comes in a soup so it's very tasty compared to the meatier white meat selections with only a little broth. I tried combining an After Dark with one of the regular white meat selections, but by then, my cat felt like I ruined a good thing. He did not refuse to eat it all together, but he left me most of the white meat to throw away. Meanwhile, this is like human grade food and is likely the best you can get for your cat or I can eat it if the apocalypse should befall us. But, it means nothing except money down the drain if your cat ends up refusing to eat. … more

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  • We love Tiki Cat!

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    I absolutely love the After Dark line of Tiki Cat canned food. Its nice to have such high quality food available that isnt all fish based, as I prefer to avoid feeding too much fish in general. This particular can is great, I love that you can actually see the meat and the egg. Its great to see a canned food that doesnt just look like a blended up mush of ingredients. The animal protein based diet is fantastic for cats and mine is doing amazing with this as her primary meals. (I rotate in a few other brands) The cans have a lot of liquid in them, so you need to open carefully, but they keep my kitty hydrated and happy so I will take the risk of an occasional cat food splash for her sake I absolutely love the After Dark line of Tiki Cat canned food. Its nice to have such high quality food available that isnt all fish based, as I prefer to avoid feeding too much fish in general. This particular can is great, I love that you can actually see the meat and the egg. Its great to see a canned food that doesnt just look like a blended up mush of ingredients. The animal protein based diet is fantastic for cats and mine is doing amazing with this as her primary meals. (I rotate in a few other brands) The cans have a lot of liquid in them, so you need to open carefully, but they keep my kitty hydrated and happy so I will take the risk of an occasional cat food splash for her sake! My cat and I highly recommend this food! … more

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  • Not much bang for the buck

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    My cats love this stuff. I thought they might turn their noses up at the quail egg, but that was the first thing they gobbled down. My main complaint is that all flavors of the After Dark line have substantially more water/broth than the regular Tiki Cat canned food and less meat. The large cans are also .5oz smaller. I can get 4 servings out of the regular large 6oz Tiki Cat cans, but I'm lucky to get 2.5 servings out of the 5.5oz After Dark ones - and they're more expensive on top of it.

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  • A waste of money

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    I didn't expect tiny pieces of shredded chicken that looked dried out and not a lot of it. The quail egg is literally a hard boiled egg sitting on top after being cut in half. It looked awful. I had expected, like they have in other products of theirs, that the egg would have been basically scramble cooked and mixed in with the chicken. The bottom of the can has some grey sludge which is from who knows what. All in all Tiki Cat is off my possible list. 12 cats and not 1 ate any of the food.

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  • More like soup

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    This is an interesting food. It's composition is mostly broth with some shredded meat and HALVES of quail eggs. I was surprised our cats ate the halves as is. But they did seem to like the broth-y-ness, in small quantities. I just don't think this food is good value for what you pay vs what amount of meat you actually get.

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  • Seems great!

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    Lots of help from Chewy chat! I opened the food to slowly switch over to this Tiki. Looks good, smells good. I'm not sure if Baby knows what's best for her, or if she just likes the gravy from her donation food. I will continue to giver her the gravy from the gravy lovers until she will eat something healthy.

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  • Our cat loves the egg!

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    First of all, to the reviewers complaining Tiki Cat food is "full of water": that's not water in the can, it's broth. My cat really likes this flavor of food. I was expecting to see chunks of maybe scrambled eggs but, to my surprise, there was a half hard-boiled quail egg in every can. Our cat will usually eat all the broth first (he loves the broth in all the tiki food varieties) then he'll snag the egg, carry it off to the side and gobble it right up. Generally, there's very little left on the plate and, after he's eaten, he is super energetic! He'll run around the house like we've given him catnip, hunting and pouncing (and scaring the beans out of the dog, lol)

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  • My whoofers don't approve

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    My cats whoof down everything that's served to them. We love TikiCat. Even this, except Jonny wasn't too fond of the hearts-parts. Half a quail egg in each can was quite interesting. It's because of the mess in the litter box afterwards that we won't be ordering this one again.

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  • My cat think this is good

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    Overall she likes this. She usually finishes the broth first then moves to the meat. The only thing I don't like about this product is the quail egg cuts in half, I have to break the egg into pieces before I feed her. If not, she won't eat the egg, because she doesn't know how.

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