First- this food actually smells pretty good and looks really close to regular canned chicken, so I am stumped as to my cat's reaction. I have 2 14-year-old cats, an overweight female who loves all cat food, and a super picky male. The male won't even go near this.... the moment I put the bowl down on the floor he started backing away like it was going to destruct. The female has gone back to it several times and sniffed it, and even gave it a small lick, but will not eat it. We've tried twice now, several days apart. The food goes completely untouched for hours before we end up just throwing it out. Disappointed. It looks decent. I have no idea why they won't touch this. I guess I will donate the remaining 4 cans to the local Humane Society.
My cat is doing well and likes this food but it is just too expensive. I'll continue to use it till I can find a good less expensive replacement.
I have 4 Senior cats 17 plus years old. 2 are renal kitties. They all love the Tiki Cat Silver series of cat food. Their appetites have gotten much better. It is a good food with lower phosphorus appropriate for their life stage.
My 13 year cat is a slow eater and now prefers broth more than solids. We tried this one because we have Tiki Cat treats and she loves those. Though the chicken is well shredded, she struggles to finish this food. It might be because it does not have a lot of broth. It also spoils after 1.5 days in her SureFeed feeder so it does not make sense to continue purchasing these. We will switch over to another senior cat food.
we got this to try with our senior, pre liver/kidney fail cat Lucy. We just needed her to eat something and she loves chicken. She was not moved to eat this, but the quality looks great.
So happy to have a low phosphorus choice my 20 year old cat loves!
I'm desperately looking for something my picky ckd kitty will actually eat. He's rejected the weruva wx, the Hound and Gatos, and Wellness Core 95, but this appears to be acceptable. I'm hoping that he'll get to like it better as of course he's getting thinner and I want him to eat!
Tiki Cat Is one of them foods it makes you wonder if they try them on cats before they sell it. Get some feral cats and if they do not eat it. You have your answer. All 6 cats licked juice which was very little and rest went in trash. Plain and simple most cats that are older need pate version because it is hard for them to chew the Chunks. I tried tiki cat and never was a FAN Of Any.
I was hopeful to try the chicken recipe since my 13 yr old loves the duck recipe. However, this is probably the only food I've ever witnessed her not wanting to eat. She did lick the juice, but her bowl is still full. So disappointing!
Bendi is a 14 year old rescue cat, we got he when she was 7, she lived in the shelter for 5 years. She came to us with only 4 teeth, her canines. This shredded chicken looks and smells fantastic, and she loves the broth, but it’s hard for her to chew up. I’ve been zipping it up in my mini food processor for her, which makes it easier to eat.