Unfortunately, Murrlin is diabetic but he really really hates the prescription food. My vet said he could have grain free mixed in, so I searched and found Tiny Tiger, and it's a hit! He's still getting the diabetic food mixed in with half a can of Tiny Tiger at each meal and we no longer have leftovers. His fur is starting to shine again, and he started having morning zoomies again this past week. Also, his brother, Shadow, who has uninary and IBD problems likes to steal a mouthful before I chase him away. So I'll be trying the Tiger Tiger grain free Salmon with his current diet to see if it agrees with him.
This is a great product for the price! I have one cat that will eat anything, and another that is pickier. The picky eater usually gets bored of one kind of food and you have to offer him something else before long. That hasn't been the case yet with Tiny Tiger. He happily munches away on this brand, and even eats more in one sitting than he does any other food. I swear the other day he gave me the stink eye for giving him something BESIDES Tiny Tiger. I'll definitely order again, and hopefully he stays just as obsessed with this brand.
I was using fancy feast originally for young cat but then turned over to tiny tiger just to try out because it’s a little cheaper and my cat LOVES IT. Like licks the bowl CLEAN loves it. I love how there’s no artificial flavoring, and overall pretty clean ingredients for the price, the meat by products are listed in the questions section so there’s no underlying ingredients. My cat will meow right at feeding time almost every time she hears a can of tiny tiger being opened!
I recently ordered two cases of pates. One package had around ten chunks in gravy cans mixed up with the pate cans. My cat prefers pate, and it is frustrating because now I have nothing to do with ten whole cans of cat food that should not have ended up in my package. First time I had this problem.
My cats used to love all the flavors but now for some reason the Turkey they will not touch and the Chicken only 2 of the 5 will eat. Will continue to buy Tiny Tiger but will not be able to buy variety packs any more as they will no longer touch the Salmon either so that rules out the fish variety pack too.
Fostering for a new org in which I pay for supplies like food & litter so I was looking for a more cost effective kitten food because they are growing and eating a lot. I tried Tiny Tiger and the kittens love it so much! They love the taste, they love the box it comes in. They’re consistently gaining weight on it as they should at this age so everything seemed great… except their litter box use has seemingly exploded! In my years of fostering I have never had a tiny pair of healthy kittens produce so much waste! So, if you’re up to the extra task of cleaning litter a little more, I’d say Tiny Tiger is worth the value.
I figured since it has the same ingredient list as the fancy feast he likes that this would be a nice, more affordable option but he only likes the chicken and not like he likes the FF one. From my pov, the food texturally and visibly looks grosser lol and I saw bones and something that looked skin-like in a couple cans so the byproducts are less edible too I guess
Meowmy used to buy Tastefuls by Blue Buffalo until they changed to the new recipe which I think was called, "No Longer Edible." Meowmy then had to find something good for me to eat so she bought every brand that had good nutrition in every possible format. And then she realized that I am a pate man and the only thing I want from now on is Tiny Tiger! Every time she gives it to me, I nom nom the whole thing right away. My favorite flavor is ALL OF THEM! And I heard her telling pawpa that it is, "good nutrition for Holling," whatever that means. Get this stuff! But tell your pawrent to still throw lickable puree treats in the cart because that's just a basic feline need. heehee
For the price, it's good qquality: no carageenan, no tapioca-cyanide, no menadione-sodium bisulfate, no sodium acid pyrophospattes, no di-calcium phosphate and no sodium bisulfate. Way to go. My kitty loves it.
I was hoping to throw this into the rotation, but apparently our very food motivated cat is not a fan of any of these flavors/foods. Although, he did eat the turkey and giblets once. The other times I have offered them, they sit in the dish all day until I finally throw them out. Glad I was able to get a variety pack to find out he doesn't like any of the flavors.