Tiki Cat® Puka Puka Luau™

Succulent Chicken

Rated 4.80 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

Where To Buy

Available in: 2.8 oz. can | 6 oz. can

Tender pieces of shredded chicken in a delightful chicken consommé

  • High protein, with real chicken as the 1st ingredient
  • Grain free
  • Hand-packed in a human-grade facility
  • Complete and balanced for all life stages
  • High moisture to give cats the supplemental water they need

Nutritional Facts

Chicken, chicken broth, sunflower seed oil, tricalcium phosphate, choline chloride, potassium chloride, taurine, magnesium sulfate, zinc sulfate, iron sulfate, vitamin E supplement, niacin (vitamin B3), biotin, copper sulfate, vitamin B12 supplement, sodium selenite, thiamine mononitrate (vitamin B1), calcium pantothenate, manganese sulfate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin A supplement, riboflavin supplement (vitamin B2), pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), potassium iodide, folic acid, vitamin K3 supplement.

Crude Protein (min) 16%
Crude Fat (min) 2.6%
Crude Fiber (max) 0%
Moisture (max) 80%
Ash (min) DM 1%

69 kcal/2.8oz can

147 kcal/6oz can

Crude Protein (min) 16%
Crude Fat (min) 2.6%
Crude Fiber (max) 0%
Moisture (max) 80%
Ash (min) DM 1%

69 kcal/2.8oz can

147 kcal/6oz can

Varies based on age, activity and lifestyle. For adult cats:

2.8 oz. can: 1-2 cans per 7 lbs.Êbodyweight

6 oz. can: 1 cans per 7 lbs.Êbodyweight

For kittens, offer food several times a day, feed up to twice this amount.
Pregnant or nursing cats may require two to four times their normal feeding.
The amount to feed will vary based upon age, activity level, breed, size, and environment. Please use the feeding guidelines as an initial recommendation and adjust food amount as needed to maintain proper weight. Always provide access to clean, fresh water. Canned food should be changed at least twice daily in order to prevent spoilage.
Serve at room temperature, and refrigerate any unused portion.

Varies based on age, activity and lifestyle. For adult cats:

2.8 oz. can: 1-2 cans per 7 lbs.Êbodyweight

6 oz. can: 1 cans per 7 lbs.Êbodyweight

For kittens, offer food several times a day, feed up to twice this amount.
Pregnant or nursing cats may require two to four times their normal feeding.
The amount to feed will vary based upon age, activity level, breed, size, and environment. Please use the feeding guidelines as an initial recommendation and adjust food amount as needed to maintain proper weight. Always provide access to clean, fresh water. Canned food should be changed at least twice daily in order to prevent spoilage.
Serve at room temperature, and refrigerate any unused portion.

Tiki Cat Luau Succulent Chicken in Chicken Consommé

REVIEWS

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4.8 out of 5 stars

3 reviews

  1. Manon

    5 out of 5

    Manon

    My kitties immediately fell in love with this first purchase of Tiki Cat. They’re normally fed chicken only recipes which is why I first selected this formula. Although it a bit pricy, I love the fact that it’s made in the U.S.A. So far I’m giving it an A rating. But it will be up to my kitties to make the final analysis. One of my cats has a very sensitive digestive system, so I hope that this brand will fit the bill.

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  2. Doug Burnham

    5 out of 5

    Doug Burnham

    The picture says it all. Pure wonderful shredded chicken. No stinky canned cat food! This is my back up food if my store is out of the Luau chicken with egg product. Either way it has NO stinky smell and my cats love it. I don’t buy the seafood cans as they will of course smell like real fish. So, no fishy smell and easy to feed chicken. So much easier than trying to cook the chicken yourself for a finicky eater. Tiki Cat has done all the work for you to feed a no grain, no carb cat food. When it’s on sale you can really load up on the quantity as being in a can it has a great shelf life. In fact, stop reading this and go get some! your cat will thank you!

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  3. Manon

    5 out of 5

    Manon

    Correction to my previous review. Tiki Cat is produced in Thailand.
    However, Tikipets states on it’s can that it follows AAFCO guidelines in the manufacture of its products.
    According to AAFCO:
    “AAFCO does not regulate, test, approve or certify pet foods in any way.

    AAFCO establishes the nutritional standards for complete and balanced pet foods, and it is the pet food company’s responsibility to formulate their products according to the appropriate AAFCO standard.

    It is the state feed control official’s responsibility in regulating pet food to ensure that the laws and rules established for the protection of companion animals and their custodians are complied with so that only unadulterated, correctly and uniformly labeled pet food products are distributed in the marketplace and a structure for orderly commerce.”
    https://petfood.aafco.org/
    About a week ago, I decided to switch my cats to a Tiki Cat Succulent Chicken only. My cats still love it. The cat with the digestive issues is much better.

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  4. E.D.V.

    5 out of 5 Best can food ever!

    E.D.V.

    I have two cats, an older male Himalayan and a stray female kitten found on the side of the road. The male got diagnosed with kidney disease and renal failure last year. I received a printout of foods to switch over for a low phosphorous diet. Tiki Cat had been on the list (at least the Koolina Luau Chicken and Eggs and Puka Puka Chicken) so I got some. He’d always been a picky eater and now that he’d been sick barely ate. THIS FOOD ROCKS!! He got his appetite back and his blood work stabilized enough that he’s a sliver of his former self. I know he will never be better but this food helped even him out enough that we got more time with him. (have since had to switch to full prescription diet but the vet had been impressed with his progress) I will forever be grateful for the extra good time alone. And the other critter…I had the kitten on kitten food and slowly switched her over after her spay last month. She’s healthy and so happy!

    I found a food that’s healthy for my imperfectly fabulous babies. THANK YOU!! I highly recommend. The cost is a bit more than some yuck smelling canned food off any shelf, but soooo worth the cost. Figure less vet bills make up for, let alone the happy putty-tats.

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  5. Lisa

    Lisa

    How much calcium is in the Succulent Chicken?

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  6. Shellie

    Shellie

    Why is there no crude fiber in the Puka Puka succulent chicken?
    Cats have to have crude fiber so they don’t get constipated

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  7. Shellie Stewart

    Shellie Stewart

    Cats need crude fiber and I noticed there was no crude fiber in the Puka Puka luau succulent chicken
    Is there anyway you can add crude fiber?
    I have a very picky cat and he loves the Puka Puka luau succulent chicken

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