Tiny Tiger Chunks in Gravy Seafood Recipes Variety Pack Grain-Free Canned Cat Food, 3-oz, case of 24By Tiny Tiger
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About This Item
- Grain-free variety pack contains three tasty recipes from the sea, including Seafood, Tuna, and Salmon and Whitefish.
- Provides high-quality animal protein for the amino acids needed to maintain lean, active muscles.
- A complete and balanced meal with protein for active muscles, plus vitamins, minerals and essential taurine.
- Savory gravy makes meals more delicious, and real broth provides moisture for healthy hydration.
- Available in a range of protein-rich recipes for the variety cats love, with never any grains, corn, wheat, soy or carrageenan.
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Please offer bigger cans?
We've found that while our cats like this food, they will lick off all the gravy first and push the rest out of the bowls. Then we discovered if we warm up the cans in a sink of hot water for 10 minutes, the chunks are soft enough to mash with a fork and it becomes more stew-like. Problem solved - no more food bulldozed out of the bowls, and the cats seem to like it warm. I just wish it were available in 5-6 oz. cans, or even 10oz. We go through SO many of the tiny 3oz cans for our four cats, it just seems like a lot of waste.
My cat stopped eating Purina canned cat food, and based on advertising tried Blue Buffalo. She refused to even touch the stuff. I decided to give your own product a shot, and wow! She loves it! Thank you for making a canned cat food my baby will actually eat.
Picky Cat Disapprove
I bought this because it's one of the few seafood medley canned food options I could find: my kitty will only eat seafood. He approved of one or two, but would have a fit and refuse to eat other days. A lot seemed great, but this house has a picky eater.
i have had five (5) animals in my home for several years; a beta in a bowl (2 yrs), a parakeet in a hanging cage "no name" (6 yrs), dogs, poodle poms, litter sisters Baby Jane & Sister Judi (12 yrs) and last but not least, cat Jacqui (2 1/2 yrs) who replaced Jeremiah . Unfortunately on Dec 6th Baby Jane died suddenly which is so sad, Sister Judi is still adjusting with the loss of sister. Supply needs have changed, but I will contine to order as needed. Thank you for your excellent service. I have ALWAYS been satisfied.
Picky cat approves
I have 3 cats, one of which is a senior with anorexic tendencies, causing me to open multiple cans a day to figure out what she will actually eat. I’ve tried too many brands to count. Most of the time she likes Fancy Feast, but due to it always being sold out, I needed an alternative. Picky girl approves of these, preferably the whitefish flavor, and she likes the chicken flavor in the other packs as well. My 2 younger kitties love all the flavors. But because these seem to go out of stock frequently as well, I’m going to have to keep searching or make my own food because constantly switching food leads to stomach upset. I don’t recommend it if your cat has sensitive stomach and can’t handle food changes when this is sold out. Ugh!!
Tried - no luck
Sadly, our cat would not eat. Based on reviews, thought it worthwhile to try as our cat’s favorite food - purina pro plan true nature whitefish and trout has been out everywhere for past 6 months.- supply chain issues?!
Not for toothless cats
I have to give my cat soft or pate foods. I thought the chunks in gravy would be soft enough for him (he does not have any teeth) since other brands of "chunks in gravy" have worked fine. Though he obviously loved the taste, he couldn't really eat it because of the chunks. Not soft/easy enough for him to mush in his mouth so there was always a chance that any bite would cause him struggle or worse choking. I will be trying the pate version of this brand but I thought I'd bring this up since other people must have toothless kitties too!!
the cats loved all the flavors
this was the first time trying tiny tiger cat food and i'm happy to say, both kitties liked this food. more importantly, my one cat with food allergies (he usually gets goop in his eyes after eating most popular cat brands) had no goop in his eyes after consuming this food. a huge win for sure. i recommend you try this food if your kitties are picky and/or have allergies.
Just Ok Not Great
So I got this delivered to me on a freezing cold day. The food was frozen solid so I had to let it thaw out. The first one I opened was weird. The food was separated from the gravy and it didn’t look right. My cat wouldn’t eat that one. The next time I tried it I shook it up before opening it and my cat actually ate it. So he only likes one flavor out of these, but just letting you know the consistency is weird on these. I definitely recommend shaking the can before opening them.
only the gravy is acceptable?
I was recently adopted by a stray kitten that had been dumped off. She'd been hunting birds to survive and was half-starved. She refuses to eat this, only licks the gravy. She eats the dry food I give her with enthusiasm. A neighbor's cat, who is a walking garbage can, came over for a visit and I offered it to him, and even he refused it. This is far from a positive response to the food - a half-starved kitten and a cat that eats anything, yet both refused it. I'm wondering if the food itself has something wrong with it. I'm very not happy at wasting the money on it.