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Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food

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Give your cat an awesome meal with Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food! This scrumptious goodness in a can is formulated as a grain-free, gravy-free, zero-carb meal and its full of gently-cooked gourmet ingredients for superior taste and nutrition! Containing sliced sardines, your cat will love this tasty food as it appeals to his/her love of all things fish! Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food is a sure-fire way to feed your cat healthy, nutritious food! Get your meow on!
  • A whole food diet USDA certified for human consumption & famous for super palatability
  • A biologically appropriate natural prey nutrient profile featuring a moisture, protein, and fat rich food with zero to one percent carbohydrates
  • Gently cooked gourmet prepared ingredients and techniques applied for superior taste, nutrition, and variety, cooked in healthy consommé with no heavy starches or gravies
  • An ideal prevention and treatment wellness nutrition program commonly recommended for use in UTI, CRF, IBS, diabetes and other serious health conditions by vets across the country
  • Sustainable foods and materials made in responsible ways to protect our future
  • Best food safety standards in the world
  • Please visit us at petropics.com to learn more about our companys commitment to you
  • Lowest carbohydrate food on the pet food market in canned, raw, or dry food
  • Real food, real nutrition, real results, all products made with whole meats, seafood, and other food ingredients, no meatloaf, mystery meat pate, or gravy in our product line
  • A wonderful, healthy way to feed your pet who will devour our food like never before!
SKU: 10562

Ingredients

Sardine Cutlets, Lobster Broth, Vegetable Gums, Sunflower Seed Oil, Choline Chloride, Taurine, Vitamin E Supplement, Zinc Sulfate Heptahydrate, Iron Oxide Red, Ferrous Sulfate Monohydrate, Nicotinic Acid (Vitamin B3), Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Calcium Pantothenate, Manganese Sulfate Monohydrate, Potassium Iodide, Vitamin A Supplement, Copper Sulfate Pentahydrate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement (Vitamin B2), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Canthaxanthin, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement.

Analysis:

Crude Protein (min) 10.0%
Crude Fat (min) 1.70%Crude Fiber (max) 1.0%
Moisture (max) 82.0%
Ash (max) 5.0%
Taurine (min) 0.05%

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Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food
 
4.7

(based on 119 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (94)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (18)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

95%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Likes it (102)
  • All natural (95)
  • Good taste (88)
  • Nutritional (75)
  • Easy to digest (63)

Cons

  • Doesn't like it (6)

Best Uses

  • Indoor cats (75)
  • Older cats (62)
  • Everyday (58)
  • Active cats (52)
  • Special meals (46)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Long-time pet owner (83), Multiple cat owner (18), New owner (6), Single cat owner (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

BEST canned cat food on the market!

Tiki Cat is exactly what I had been looking for in a cat food. It's not full of unnecessary, unnatural ingredients like most other cat foods. It's purely fish and sometimes a little...Read complete review

Tiki Cat is exactly what I had been looking for in a cat food. It's not full of unnecessary, unnatural ingredients like most other cat foods. It's purely fish and sometimes a little rice. I love that! I have 2 cats with 2 different diet needs which I have struggled with for most of their lives. My male cat, Olive, has Urinary Tract Disease and has had 3 emergency surgeries to clear life threatening struvite crystal & stone blockages starting when he was only 2 years old. He was put on a really gross RX diet (Science Diet)made with corn and meat-by-products as the main ingredient. He quickly became thin and greasy and often refused to eat or puked it up. I later did my research and asked the vet to put him on Waltham RX food which was marginally better than Science Diet formula, as the dry didn't contain by-products. I try my best!

My girl cat, China, began vomiting her food, no matter what I fed her. We thought it was because she had the Siamese trait of snarfing up her food too fast, but our vet speculated she might just need a radical diet change. She recommended feeding China an alternate protein diet with no allergy inducing grains. Do you know how HARD it was to find that kind of food years ago?! It took me months trying out different foods on her.

Only Natural Pet Store became a regular place for me to shop for various supplements, enzymes, etc, and it was here I finally stumbled upon Tiki Cat. After discovering it had no chicken or grains, and learning it's supposed to be safe for cats with urinary problems, I thought it was too good to be true. I had to try it.

My cats absolutely LOVE Tiki Cat! They jump and scream at us when we open a can. I feed China mostly Tiki Cat mixed in with a little dry Halo ocean fish stomach formula (to stretch my dollar). She does great, but she does best on straight Tiki and has never vomited it alone. Olive is thrilled he gets to eat Tiki Cat mixed with his dry RX food, and I don't have to keep him from sticking his head in China's bowl to steal food anymore! I am still not 100% switched yet, because when you have a cat who blocked 3 times and had to pay $1,000 each time, you become weary. I'm afraid to take him off his RX food again. But so far, he has done great on it mixed with Tiki Cat, and it has been over a year. My goal is to be free of the RX food entirely. If anyone else has achieved this, I would love to know how it went!

Anyway, both cats weight issues are under control, they are slim and sleek, happy kitties at 8 & 9 years old now. :)

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Too hard for my cat to digest

This food was too hard for Sam to digest, even when I cut the shreds into smaller shreds. He vomited it up. I'm disappointed because the Puka Puka Luau formula is nothing but...Read complete review

This food was too hard for Sam to digest, even when I cut the shreds into smaller shreds. He vomited it up. I'm disappointed because the Puka Puka Luau formula is nothing but chicken, which could have been perfect for Sam, who is allergic to everything but meat. I gave it two stars because the aforementioned formula has no unecessary ingredients in it (all meat), and all Tiki Cat variaties are dolphin-safe.

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3.0

Cats don't care for it

By Ginger

from CT

About Me Long-time Pet Owner

Pros

  • Nutritional

Cons

  • Doesn't Like It

Best Uses

  • Older Cats

Comments about Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food:

I was hoping my two older Siamese cats would like the Tiki vairety pack I purchased, but they are not impressed with it. Most of it is left over and given to the stray cats outside. I just ordered some Instinct canned catfood and will see if they like this brand! I would still recommend trying Tiki to others but it's a trail and error kind of thing with cats!

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5.0

Excellent Cat Food

By Vonnie

from Tempe, AZ

About Me Long-time Pet Owner

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • All Natural
  • Good Taste
  • Good Value
  • Likes It
  • Nutritional

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Active Cats
    • Everyday
    • Indoor Cats
    • Kittens
    • Older Cats

    Comments about Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food:

    One of my cats is too akaline and therefore, we have to watch her magnesium intake. To further complicate the issue, she is a finicky eater. Tiki is one of her favorites and does not cause issues with her health disorder.

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    5.0

    Tiki Cat is the best cat food available

    By Jeanice

    from New York

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Pros

    • Good Value
    • Improves Coat
    • Likes It
    • No Toxic Ingredients
    • Nutritional

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Everyday

      Comments about Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food:

      For those who care about their pet's diet, and who do not have the time to prepare their own meals, Tiki Cat is the best, cleanest, healthiest food around -- with no toxic ingredients. Highly recommended.

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      1.0

      Not for Us

      By Chris in PA

      from Pennsylvania

      About Me Long-time Pet Owner

      Pros

      • All Natural

      Cons

      • Bad Taste
      • Doesn't Like It
      • Messy
      • Pricey / Poor Value

      Best Uses

        Comments about Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food:

        I had high hopes for the Tiki products, but none of my 6 cats liked any of the flavors, and they absolutely refused several.

        As these are all seafood based, the odor is very strong. So, they won't eat it, and we don't like the smell. We are sticking with Nature's Variety.

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        5.0

        bengal two paws up

        By isisfox

        from canada

        Pros

        • Easy To Digest
        • Good Value
        • Likes It
        • Nutritional
        • The Bones Are Soft Good

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Active Cats
          • Everyday
          • Indoor Cats

          Comments about Tiki Cat Bora Bora Luau Sardine Cutlets in Lobster Consomme Canned Cat Food:

          I give my kitty acana dry cat food and one or two cans of wet a day. She used to only eat friskies or fancy feast which I hated giving to her but my vet says a cat eats what a cat wants. She hated spots stew and anything good until I bought tiki cat, b.f.f and kitchen cats..., these come highly recommended for a fussy eater. She's been less stressed out and moody since. I believe the ingredients are good quality and great for overall happiness and health. I get pounced on if im not up in time ;)

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