This Tiki Cat variety pack contains foods in chicken, chicken and beef, chicken and duck, chicken and lamb, chicken and pork, and chicken and quail egg flavors. The goodies inside these cans include shreds of meat and plenty of gravy and broth. (Though I didn't get a photo, the chicken and quail egg flavor actually contains an egg in there.)
I first opened a can of chicken goodness for my kitties.
If I'm to be totally honest, I thought this looked sort of like some yummy chicken noodle soup myself. That's just me, though. Besides, it's the kitties' opinion that really matters. So, I called the kitties over to have them give it a try.
Guess what? Not a single kitty in this house would eat the Tiki Cat moist food. Not really surprising, but still a bit disheartening.
Fear not, though! I took the Tiki Cat food to my parents' 11 cats, and they all love it. So, while my kitties gave the Tiki Cat After Dark variety pack of moist food zero paws up, my parents' cats gave it roughly 44 paws up. Go figure.
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We're wishing everybuddy a scrumptious Monday!
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If you are handing out candy on Halloween, ensure your furbaby's safety around the open door. Keep your kitties and pups in a part of the house away from the door if needed, or in some sway block them from the door. For example, you can use a safe and secure baby gate or pet gate to block your furbaby's access to the door. As always, it is always better to be safe than sorry!