TIKI CAT King Kamehameha Grill Variety Pack Grain-Free Canned Cat Food, 2.8-oz, case of 12 - Chewy.com

Tiki Cat King Kamehameha Grill Variety Pack Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

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About This Item


  • Convenient, easy-to-open cans feature gourmet recipes that are high in protein and low in carbs.
  • Contains taurine which helps support heart health and added vitamins and minerals for a complete and balanced diet.
  • Recipe contains no grains, wheat, corn, soy, GMO ingredients, MSG, carrageenan, or anything artificial so it’s great for cats with allergies.
  • Variety of delicious flavors help to entice picky eaters with real, shredded, deboned meat in a luscious consomme.
  • Helps cats stay properly hydrated, and can be served as a standalone diet or as a topper for dry food.

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Questions & Answers

19 Customer Questions

What is the food texture of these? It just says wet food. Are some paté, chunks in gravy, flakes, etc?
Answer by ChewyFeb 20, 2018
This wet food has a shredded texture. This pack comes with a variety of delicious flavors help to entice picky eaters with real, shredded, deboned meat in a luscious consomme.

Re: Sardine Cutlets flavor, there are spines left in the fish. Are the fish meant to be totally de-boned before canning? Should I discontinue feeding?
Answer by ChewyJan 15, 2018
The Tiki Cat Tahitian Grill Sardine Cutlets features whole sardines, which are packed with nutrients.

What is the difference between King Kamehameha and Queen Emma?
Answer by ChewyJun 10, 2018
The King Kamehameha Luau Variety Pack contains the Hawaiian Grill, Lanai Luau, Tahitian Grill, Makaha Luau, Bora Bora Luau and the Hana Luau varieties. The Queen Emma Luau Variety Pack contains Kapi’Olani Luau Tilapia, Napili Luau Wild Salmon & Chicken, Hanalei Luau Wild Salmon, Koolina Luau Chicken & Egg, Puka Puka Luau Chicken and Oahu Luau Seabass varieties.

Are the bones in the sardines safe for cats to swallow? I’m worried they may get stuck if swallowed incorrectly.
Answer by ChewyApr 07, 2021
Tiki Cat Grill formulas do contain whole cuts of fish, which includes bones, fins, and other organs. The recipes are cooked long enough to ensure that these parts are soft enough for your cat to safely eat.

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1228 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By AndiPandiPants on May 18, 2023

Fun Variety Pack

I like that you can see obvious whole pieces of fish in this food and the lack of gravy means that each can is absolutely packed with pieces of meat. I also like that there are six different flavors in this variety pack. I really enjoy picking out new wet foods for my cats to try, and this one has been really fun. My cats aren't always a fan of the larger pieces of sardines, but I can imagine other cats loving them! My cats especially like the Ahi tuna and crab selections. I also appreciate that it's a complete and balanced diet.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Kristina on May 25, 2023

Not ever buying again

My cat did not like it. I ordered shredded but the texture was more like pate. The smell was way more pungent than anything I have ever ordered and stunk up the whole room. This brand was more expensive than my usual grain-free cat food and it was such a disappointment.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Cindy on Mar 24, 2023

I am so glad Chewy sells Tiki cat cat food

My 16 year old cat is having liver problems, vet recommended Tiki Cat brand. My cat always disliked canned food so I have been feeding her Tiki Cat dry food and their snack tubes. My new, half grown cat eats the Tiki Cat dry food as well as canned. This last box of canned food I got, I chose sort of an unusual box to be 4 different flavors of fish. I put some on elderly cat plate and she loves it. It must be all the new flavors because they are so different. So now the canned is for both the cats with hope that my elderly one starts picking up some weight!!! I also love Chewy sales and their FAST delivery. I have also bought other things from Chewy and all has been of high quality.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Rukaspooka on Mar 20, 2023

Cat loves the flavor but has HUGE chunks of fish

My cat will eat anything, he is diabetic so I order low-carb wet food. This was a replacement for the normal pink box of Tiki as the pink one has been out of stock for over a month now. This one has ENORMOUS chunks of real fish with the skin still attached. The only problem is my 16-year-old diabetic cat also has zero teeth. We have to mash it with a fork which makes it workable but more of a pain.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By linds on Feb 27, 2023

My picky cats like it

I have a very picky cat who will only eat fancy feist or the little soups, but she ate almost all flavors except sardin ones. My other cats liked all except the mackerel and sardin but my roommate over fed them that day so it could have been because of that. Gunna try a different pack, but I love tiki so far! my cats usually hate anything with duck or eggs for some reason. But so glad I found these alternatives so they can get protein and liquid

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Debg on Mar 13, 2023

Winchester Loves It!

I have an elder diabetic cat and the vet prescribed special food for him. couldn't go on paying the high prices for the prescription diet, but I needed a wet food low in carbs...I read up on Tiki Cat wet food and some of it has zero carbs, and some very low carbs! Thery are rich in protein as well which is just what my boy needs!

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By ebk on May 11, 2023

Normally okay but bad batch

I think I got a bad batch with this last shipment. Both of my cats threw up after eating this. Disappointed because they normally like this pack.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jack on Feb 13, 2023

It’s worth it!

My boy was confused at first, from the chunks of fish, which he had no idea what to do with. He would gobble everything else up, but leave the fish chunks. I’ve started breaking them up with a spoon so now he eats every bite, licks the bowl clean. I’ve had him on a Tiki Food diet for a month and he’s finally started to loose weight, so it’s a win in my book! I wish it wasn’t so expensive, but his health and well being is worth it.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Dani on Mar 3, 2023

Is being too fishy possible?

This food has actual big pieces of real fish in it. I would think that's a good thing but my weirdos don't love it. Oh they eat it but strangely apprehensively. I would advise to buy individual cans of the various flavors first to see if your cats like it.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Julianna on Mar 14, 2023

Hit or Miss

As some of the other reviews say, this is pretty hit or miss. Sometimes my cats like it and eat a good amount of it, other times they sniff it and walk away and refuse to eat it and I have to give them something else.