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  • 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 consomm_ 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!
Give your feline friend the best nutrition possible with all natural, whole seafood cat food. Tiki Cat Hawaiian Ahi Tuna Canned Cat Food is is specially formulated for cats of all ages with premium wild caught seafood, vitamins, and minerals, meaning no mystery meat or by-products! Tiki Cat Hawaiian Ahi Tuna Canned Cat Food is human-grade and boasts a delicious taste without any fillers. Rich in protein and omegas, Tiki Cat food is sure to please you and your cat.
SKU: 10558

Ingredients

Tuna, Tuna Broth, Sunflower Seed Oil, Dicalcium Phosphate, Choline Chloride, Taurine, Vitamin E Supplement, Zinc Sulfate Heptahydrate, Ferrous Sulfate Monohydrate, Thiamine Mononitrate (Vitamin B1), Nicotinic Acid (Vitamin B3), Calcium Pantothenate, Manganese Sulfate Monohydrate, Vitamin A Supplement, Potassium Iodide, Copper Sulfate Pentahydrate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement (Vitamin B2), Pyrodoxine Hydrochloride (Vitamin B6), Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement.

Analysis:

Crude Protein (min) 15.0%
Crude Fat (min) 2.1%
Crude Fiber (max) 0.5%
Moisture (max) 80.0%
Ash (max) 3.0%
Taurine (min) 0.05%

Reviews

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Tiki Cat Hawaiian Grill Ahi Tuna Canned Cat Food
 
4.5

(based on 15 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (12)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (1)

87%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Good taste (12)
  • Likes it (11)
  • All natural (10)
  • Easy to digest (10)
  • Nutritional (9)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Indoor cats (10)
  • Everyday (6)
  • Special meals (6)
  • Active cats (5)
  • Older cats (5)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Long-time pet owner (13)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

My cat LOVE this stuff!

My cat loves this Tiki Cat. He will not eat any other canned food. It is restarant & human grade tuna & dolphin free. However, it does look and smell...Read complete review

My cat loves this Tiki Cat. He will not eat any other canned food. It is restarant & human grade tuna & dolphin free. However, it does look and smell fishy - my mom calls it "chum." Has little bones in it but they are very soft & my cat doesn't seem to have much problems with it.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

2 out of 4 cats liked it

i've been trying various pet foods that are low in phosphorus, but not prescription level low, to find one that my cats will eat to try to prevent my cats with stage 1-2...Read complete review

i've been trying various pet foods that are low in phosphorus, but not prescription level low, to find one that my cats will eat to try to prevent my cats with stage 1-2 CRF from progressing to stage 3-4, and to keep my cats without CRF from getting it.

This is the third taste test after 3 failures. I purchased the Queen Emma Variety Pack because it had the chicken flavors and would allow me to test more than one flavor to hopefully find one my cats like.

The reason I chose to test Tiki Cat was because 4 flavors met all 5 of my requirements: relatively low phosphorous (between 1.1-1.2% DMW), high protein (between 76-83% DMW), very low carbs (less than 5% DMW, and possibly 0%), low fat (between 12-15% DMW), and are low calorie (between 80-87).

The hawaiian grill tuna was accepted 2 of my 4 cats (the 4th cat is being ruled out of the taste test because he refuses to try anything--but if you have a very picky cat that might be something to consider before buying a large quantity; however, as the taste test went on, he was sneaking bites of the fish flavors when he thought no one was looking). Since this has fish in it, even though it has low phosphorus and meets all 5 of my requirements, i can't make this my cat food. i chose "special meals" because i would be worried about everyday feeding due to mercury exposure.

hawaiian grill's numbers: 1.2% phos. DMW, 78% protein DMW, 15% fat DMW; 5% or less carbs DMW; 80 calories.

the consistency is sort of like a chunky pate (not sure how to describe it); the color is brown--it doesn't really look like tuna; there isn't much fluid (which is a little worrying, i noticed my cats drinking more water than i liked--water consumption is hard on their kidneys).

i was luckier with this taste test than some of the others since this is sold at a local store, so I could return the unopened cans, if necessary (it wasn't).

for comparison purposes--my cats used to eat evo turkey/chicken kitten, pate-style wet for years (the one with the purple label). they loved it, but it made them all obese. it gets 64% of its calories from fat, is relatively high calorie (109 for 3 oz), and has a moderately high phosphorus level (1.31). in fact the only good thing was its carb level, at just 4% DMW.

they also like fancy feast classic and purina one chicken or turkey pate. fancy feast is what i used to help them lose weight--and it worked beautifully (all are a healthy weight again, achieved with basically no effort, and in less than 6 months). contrary to popular belief fancy feast does not contain by-products, is relatively low calorie (93 for 3 oz), low fat (only 51% of total calories), is low carb, 4%, and is highly palatable--but it has very high phosphorus levels (2.10).

they also like purina one chicken or turkey pate--the composition is basically the same as fancy feast but it has less phosphorus, but still too high (2.00 for chicken and 1.71 for turkey).

the downside of tiki cat is the price, i estimate it will cost about $200 a month to feed 3-4 cats. for me, this is acceptable, but i realize that it will be a strain on many budgets.

i've also tried felidae pure chicken, triumph chicken and liver, and petguard beef and wheat germ,but none of my cats would touch the felidae, only one cat liked the triumph, and 3 cats refused the petguard after 3 days. you can check my reviews of these other foods if you are interested.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

My cat loves it! And it's good for her...

By Catalicious

from Southern California

About Me Long-time Pet Owner

Pros

  • All Natural
  • Easy To Digest
  • Good Taste
  • Improves Coat
  • Likes It
  • Nutritional

Cons

  • Pricey / Poor Value

Best Uses

  • Active Cats
  • Everyday
  • Indoor Cats
  • Kittens
  • Older Cats
  • Special Meals

Comments about Tiki Cat Hawaiian Grill Ahi Tuna Canned Cat Food:

My cat loves this food. Then against, she's a pig.

I read somewhere about how cats cannot have carrageenan (sea weed). Carrageenan is commonly used in people food, and can be mistaken for something harmless in cat food--cats are not people (or are they...). I read a review stating that the tuna tiki cat varieties do not have carrageenan, including this one. I also read that sometimes, the ingredients listed on the website are not the same as those on the can. Also, sea weed is probably masked in other food under the title "vegetable gums."

This food is very pricey. In my opinion, it's pay now or pay later. And a happy, healthy, active cat is all I want.

 
5.0

My Cat Love This!

By Zoegirl

from Kingsport, Tennessee

About Me Long-time Pet Owner

Pros

  • All Natural
  • Easy To Digest
  • Good Taste
  • Good Value
  • Improves Coat
  • Likes It
  • Nutritional

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Active Cats
    • Everyday
    • Indoor Cats
    • Kittens
    • Older Cats
    • Special Meals

    Comments about Tiki Cat Hawaiian Grill Ahi Tuna Canned Cat Food:

    I buy this as a treat for my cats and they look forward to it. They eat hard food but I know it is also good to give them some wet also. They get so excited when they hear me open up the can. I give a couple of teaspons to each cat and they are so satisfied. I have tried alot and this food is healthy for them and they have not got tired of it. The shipping right to your door is excellent which saves me so much time because this food is not sold at the local stores.

    (1 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

     
    3.0

    2 out of 4 cats liked it

    By kelly

    from ft. lauderdale

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Pros

    • All Natural
    • Nutritional

    Cons

    • Pricey / Poor Value

    Best Uses

    • Special Meals

    Comments about Tiki Cat Hawaiian Grill Ahi Tuna Canned Cat Food:

    i've been trying various pet foods that are low in phosphorus, but not prescription level low, to find one that my cats will eat to try to prevent my cats with stage 1-2 CRF from progressing to stage 3-4, and to keep my cats without CRF from getting it.

    This is the third taste test after 3 failures. I purchased the Queen Emma Variety Pack because it had the chicken flavors and would allow me to test more than one flavor to hopefully find one my cats like.

    The reason I chose to test Tiki Cat was because 4 flavors met all 5 of my requirements: relatively low phosphorous (between 1.1-1.2% DMW), high protein (between 76-83% DMW), very low carbs (less than 5% DMW, and possibly 0%), low fat (between 12-15% DMW), and are low calorie (between 80-87).

    The hawaiian grill tuna was accepted 2 of my 4 cats (the 4th cat is being ruled out of the taste test because he refuses to try anything--but if you have a very picky cat that might be something to consider before buying a large quantity; however, as the taste test went on, he was sneaking bites of the fish flavors when he thought no one was looking). Since this has fish in it, even though it has low phosphorus and meets all 5 of my requirements, i can't make this my cat food. i chose "special meals" because i would be worried about everyday feeding due to mercury exposure.

    hawaiian grill's numbers: 1.2% phos. DMW, 78% protein DMW, 15% fat DMW; 5% or less carbs DMW; 80 calories.

    the consistency is sort of like a chunky pate (not sure how to describe it); the color is brown--it doesn't really look like tuna; there isn't much fluid (which is a little worrying, i noticed my cats drinking more water than i liked--water consumption is hard on their kidneys).

    i was luckier with this taste test than some of the others since this is sold at a local store, so I could return the unopened cans, if necessary (it wasn't).

    for comparison purposes--my cats used to eat evo turkey/chicken kitten, pate-style wet for years (the one with the purple label). they loved it, but it made them all obese. it gets 64% of its calories from fat, is relatively high calorie (109 for 3 oz), and has a moderately high phosphorus level (1.31). in fact the only good thing was its carb level, at just 4% DMW.

    they also like fancy feast classic and purina one chicken or turkey pate. fancy feast is what i used to help them lose weight--and it worked beautifully (all are a healthy weight again, achieved with basically no effort, and in less than 6 months). contrary to popular belief fancy feast does not contain by-products, is relatively low calorie (93 for 3 oz), low fat (only 51% of total calories), is low carb, 4%, and is highly palatable--but it has very high phosphorus levels (2.10).

    they also like purina one chicken or turkey pate--the composition is basically the same as fancy feast but it has less phosphorus, but still too high (2.00 for chicken and 1.71 for turkey).

    the downside of tiki cat is the price, i estimate it will cost about $200 a month to feed 3-4 cats. for me, this is acceptable, but i realize that it will be a strain on many budgets.

    i've also tried felidae pure chicken, triumph chicken and liver, and petguard beef and wheat germ,but none of my cats would touch the felidae, only one cat liked the triumph, and 3 cats refused the petguard after 3 days. you can check my reviews of these other foods if you are interested.

     
    5.0

    Even picky cat will like it

    By Cat pamperer

    from San Diego, CA

    About Me Long-time Pet Owner

    Pros

    • All Natural
    • Good Taste
    • Likes It
    • Nutritional

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Everyday
      • Indoor Cats

      Comments about Tiki Cat Hawaiian Grill Ahi Tuna Canned Cat Food:

      Our cat is picky and would prefer "people" tuna, but obviously we needed to find a cat food for her nutritional needs. She loves Tiki Cat. It has a very healthy look and smell and it's all meat, which is supposed to be best according to the vet. It is more expensive than grocery store food but well worth it.

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      Something strange

      By sheila

      from des moines, ia

      About Me Long-time Pet Owner

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

        Cons

        • Doesn't Like It

        Best Uses

          Comments about Tiki Cat Hawaiian Grill Ahi Tuna Canned Cat Food:

          I'm perplexed by this latest order of Tiki Cat food I received. My cats have been eating this for several months and absolutely loved it. But with this latest order, most of the time they walk away or look at me like they're asking "What have you done with the good stuff?" Not sure if they just got tired of it all of a sudden, but the timing was odd because it happened at the exact same time I started giving them the food from the new order. Can't figure it out. I would have highly recommended a few weeks ago, but now I don't know what to think.

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