Thought Junior would love this ...surprised that he's not "over the moon" about it. I would recommend it anyway - looks like a great product....guess Jr. prefers pate'....
Octavia loves this! Gobbles it up! A bit pricy, but the moisture with Crave kibble helps her not throw up. Which saves my carpet and various rugs she throws up on. She can't throw up on the 85 % of the surfaces in our home that our hard. ;)
My cat has allergies and we now feed her foods without chicken. Not very many foods are chicken free, but this one is. My cat loves it so much. My other cat with no allergies does not like the flaky wet food so we only feed this to our cat with the allergy.
Our cat has severe allergies and osteoarthritis. We scoured cat food labels for a food with the least number of ingredients on his allergen list and this food hit the mark. It contains chunks of salmon and no carbs. We couldn’t be happier with Tiki Cat! Our cat LOVES this food!!
For some reason my cats did not want to touch it even though I think it looked and smelled great but who knows what they like half the time .
my cat Charlie did not like tiki cat wild salmon he would no eat it
My cat is supposed to be on a prescription kidney food diet but refuses to eat it! He loves the Tiki Cat Salmon.
I had some interest in tiki cat foods in the past and thought I would try this one. But as soon as I opened a can and put it down that’s when the cats would smell it and walk away. So I gave it a whiff, and the first smell that hits your nose is one of chemicals. Something that they must treat the food to preserve the foods shelf life. Maybe this batch received too much of that chemical because it hit my nose like smelling salts hockey players use to wake themselves. Ammonia like chemical smell. I can see why they walked away from it. A bit disappointed as I had luck with tiki cat chicken before. I won’t be buying this flavor again.
My cats refused to eat it and did not seem to like this food.
The food looks fine. In fact it looks like Tuna and I was really excited to see how my elderly cat took to it. I did half a can on Friday and before he took a bite he spent a long time sniffing it. Finally, he ate a little then stopped. There was still a quarter of the can left when I gave him the other half a can on Saturday. This other half, he didn't touch. I left it out all night for him and he just wouldn't bother with it. It may be that he's becoming more picky in his old age, but it does mean that I have a lot of cans of this cat food that he won't eat. On to find another brand that doesn't contain grain that he will eat.