Excellent peoduct ingredients are right on. Even the most finicky of cats will love it. not full of fillers or glueton but has tauraine in it which is very important in a cats diet
My friend introduced me to Tiki cat last year. I have read all the Tiki cat is produced in human grade food plant. I served as occasional treat; however a few months ago I adopted 10 year old Persian. He would not eat anything for few days. I purchased more Tiki cat and have found it is 1 of the few only foods he will eat. He refuses the best dry food. I noticed tjis one last purchase and wasn't sure he would eat or not. The ONLY Tiki cat he will not eat is blue label Chicken (thinking too hard for him to chew the drier white meat.) He is on a steady diet of variety of Tiki cat (few cans a day) and finally was gaining weight instead of the weight he lost. Also, my sister had some foster cats and kittens that refused to eat. I sent her a selection of all my cats favorite wet food and they ALWAYS ate all the Tiki Cat and put up their nose to other brands when they were finicky.
We have a cat who is a runt & struggles to keep her healthy weight. This food is high in protein which is what she needs. It is also high in moisture which is very good for all cats, as it helps in dealing with hairballs & whatnot. The food smells good, looks good, has wonderful real ingredients, & my cat loves it very much. She literally licks her plate clean every time. :)
All five of my cats just licked the juice out and left the chicken to dry out. None of them finished there serving. It was wasted.
I give this the same five stars as I did the chicken and duck, for the same reasons: lots of broth that the cats lap up giving them added hydration, nutrient dense, no pesky starchy fillers like peas, potatoes, tapioca or potato starch, etc..... just meat. It's also low phosphorus, for those concerned about phosphorus for CKD kitties. It's gum free as well as carrageenan free. I noticed that Tiki Cat came out with a new line of cat food, "Velvet Mousse" and unfortunately that has gums. TC: Please don't tamper with GC and start adding gums (or the succulent chicken and chicken with egg which is also gum free), otherwise, TC - you'll go into the "used to use this but no more" pile. The only negative with TC is they are too chicken and fish based. My cats are allergic to beef - if TC wanted to expand their market they would include a turkey formula or duck. I realize it would be more expensive but certainly no more than e.g., Ziwi Peak and there would be people willing to pay the price.
I'm not sure why, but my crew doesn't seem to like this as well as the pure chicken. To my eye, I can't tell the difference between the turkey and chicken in the can, but there must be some discernible taste difference, because they often walk away from this while there is still food on their plates.
Two bengals and a calico- variuos picky eaters. They clean the plate with this cat food. They love the tuna/chicken as well. Definetely recommend any of their food.
My cats don't really like the texture of the shredded meat,so I will be changing to another brand
even my finicky one eats this up first. pleased with the product.
Chicken and Turkey is my cat's favorite meat. He always drinks the soup first, I think that's really good thing because some cat will end up with drinking issue. I normally add more water to it to trick him to drink more. He never leaves leftover.