Is Tiki cat available in Canada? - The Cat Site
Tiki Cat Puka Puka Luau Succulent Chicken in Chicken Consomme
Tiki Cat Koolina Luau Chicken with Egg in Chicken Consomme Canned
Redbarn Naturals Chicken Stew Grain-Free Canned Cat Food
BFF Tuna & Pumpkin Valentine Recipe in Gravy Canned Cat Food(they get this about twice a week)
I did read an article previously from the owner of Tiki Cat about how they do not use human trafficking if I can find that I will post the link. In the interveiw it was discussed how the plant that processes Tiki Cat also processes many frozen food items for humans that are sold in US stores.
I have moved from Montana to Portland Oregon and I was looking for the pet store I buy Weruva from but could not locate it and stopped at a different one which sells only premium foods but no Weruva. He told me he only sells foods that he has personally been able to tour the processing plant. If he sees any trace of mice, workers don’t wear proper head and foot protection, etc. he will not carry their products. He said that in December he will be going to Thailand to tour the Tiki Cat plant. He has contacted the people at Weruva, but was turned down! I am very impressed that he goes to this extreme to insure that our animals have the best foods. I told him I would contact you and see if there was anything you could do to help him. My 3 babies and I love the Weruva. I think this owner is great to care so much. I am considering going to a food that he can attest to.Living in Richmond BC (Canada), I cannot find the Tiki Cat Koolina and Puka Puka (chicken); does anyone know where I can purchase these? And can you recommend any other food for Mochi?Finally got the new Ziwipeak formula – lamb/rabbit flavor. Seems like my girls liked it, BUT… the smell and texture of lamb/rabbit formula are awfully similar to tuna. I bought enough Tikicat ahi tuna back in a day to recognize it when i see it. Now, i dont know what the old formula looked like, never bought Ziwipeak before. Checked the ingredients on a can again, no mentioning of tuna or any fish for that matter. But I cant help my strong suspicion.
If it turns out that Ziwipeak lies about their food content, I cant even imagine the fallout. Does anyone have any means to analyze this food?? Or to at least check if fish is present?? Please help!I would love it if you gave more attention to foods with low phosphates. Or, was my vet off the mark on her recommendations? By the way, my cat has adjusted well to some of the Weruva canned foods, but now I’m thinking that Tiki Cat would be better. Why aren’t any of the Wysong products reviewed here? They seem to have a variety of food that are very high quality. Im currently feeding Orijen chicken dry with canned Weruva, Tiki Cat, Addiction, other holistic brands free of carrageenan. Cats eat the food up, but all this food is very expensive and everyone is having large loose stools, plus they all seem to have very dry skin… Im looking at switching to the best I can find and Wysong is actually slightly less than Orijen. What are your thoughts?My cats mainly eat First Mate, Nature's Variety Instinct, Tiki Cat, and Wild Calling brands of canned foods currently, but I sometimes venture out and will buy some other quality brand to keep their interest going during mealtimes. I've sort of got one picky eater, but he loves most wet food.