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i HIGHLY recommend this food. has vitamins, minerals, and is only barely processed – it looks like an almowt whole food product.
Picky cat loved this!
Amazingly, he loved it! I was really surprised since the brand of chicken he likes also makes quite a few seafood varieties that he did not like. For whatever reason, he seems to enjoy every seafood variety in this pack (but not so much the chicken, as it’s a lot drier in comparison to his usual chicken in gravy). He’s still insanely picky and doesn’t like the same food several days in a row, but I can combine even a little bit of this with his other foods and he’ll eat it. Very happy with this find!!
Cat despised this food
My sick cat loved this stuff
Cat’s health immediately improved
The food looks like tuna or chicken salad and the cat LOVES it. I am sure I gave him extra years of life by putting him on this food.
My cats love some of the variety pack flavors.
all except one love the tuna flavors.
My Cat loves this stuff…
Theres a variety of tuna combinations, calimari, sardines, mackeral, lobster and crab. The fish is very fresh and apparently fished in low mercury oceans so you can relax about the amount you feed your kitty.
Our cat now demands fish nearly every day. We still feed him other high-quality cat foods, but most of the time…it’s Tiki.
Too much fish for a variety pack, but….
My BIG questions/concern: the fine print on the bottom of each can says “feed one can for every 3 lbs of bodyweight daily”…
One of our cats weights 16 lbs (Maine Coon) and the other, 12 lbs, so I will need to feed a total of 9 cans/day. (who can afford that?) This MUST be wrong info?
What cat would eat that much food in one day?
Makes me question the company. (they also included one flavor that had menadione sodium bisulfate – a known carcinigen – listed on the can, but when I called I was assured they eliminated that from all flavors last year, and that they just haven’t “caught up” with new labels yet. hmmmmm.
If you are feeding this food, do YOU feed according to the label instructions?
I’ve been feeding/offering 1-2 cans of Fancy Feast Classic/day to my 2 cats, but they never finish it.
Why do I need to almost triple that amount of Tiki Cat? (I do put out high quality (40% protein) kibble 24/7. A good quality, high protein kibble fills up cats in all the right ways, so one expects them to eat less. My cats only eat 1/2 cup of kibble/day (that’s total for both, not each cat!) Seems way too little, but they maintain their weight just fine on it and the FF. So, I have to wonder about how TikiCat came up with the huge amount needed to feed?
I’d love to hear what others do. If cats “need” that many cans of TIKI CAT, then each can must be very low on nutrients, as I assume to get the proper nutrients, they need all those cans as per the label? I hope someone can make sense out of this. I emailed the company just now as I totally missed that last line until placing an order for Hookena Luau, Hana Luau & Napili Luau. (some of their cans have better (safer) ingredients than others; and those are the more expensive ones & of course those are the ones I will feed IF I find out I don’t need to follow the feeding guidelines…..)