Tiki Cat® Velvet Mousse™

Kitten Mousse with Salmon & Chicken in Broth

(3 customer reviews)

Available in: 2.4 oz

A silky-smooth, full-flavor mousse, with salmon and chicken to support muscle growth, DHA to support healthy brain development and a gentle fiber source, to ease your kitten’s transition to solid food.

  • DHA to Support Healthy Brain Development
  • Rich Silky Smooth
  • Non-GMO Ingredients

Nutritional Facts

Salmon broth, salmon, chicken, chicken liver, dried egg, sunflower seed oil, tricalcium phosphate, tuna oil, xanthan gum, inulin, potassium chloride, salt, choline chloride, magnesium sulfate, taurine, thiamine mononitrate (vitamin B1), ferrous sulfate, vitamin E supplement, niacin (vitamin B3), zinc oxide, vitamin A supplement, biotin, vitamin B12 supplement, copper amino acid chelate, manganous oxide, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement (vitamin B2), sodium selenite, pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6), menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin k activity), folic acid, potassium iodide, vitamin D3 supplement.

Crude Protein (min) 11%
Crude Fat (min) 5%
Crude Fiber (max) 2%
Moisture (max) 80%
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)(min) 0.1%

999 kcal ME/kg
68 kcal ME/pouch

Crude Protein (min) 11%
Crude Fat (min) 5%
Crude Fiber (max) 2%
Moisture (max) 80%
Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA)(min) 0.1%

999 kcal ME/kg
68 kcal ME/pouch

For kittens, feed approximately 3/4 pouch per day per 1 lb. of body weight.
For adult cats, feed approximately 2 1/2 pouches per day per 7 lbs. of body weight.
Pregnant or nursing cats may require two to four times their normal feeding.

For kittens, feed approximately 3/4 pouch per day per 1 lb. of body weight.
For adult cats, feed approximately 2 1/2 pouches per day per 7 lbs. of body weight.
Pregnant or nursing cats may require two to four times their normal feeding.

REVIEWS

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5 out of 5 stars

3 reviews

  1. Question

    Barbara Streitenberger

    What age kitten is this product suited for ?

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      Tiki Pets

      Hi! This is suitable for kittens up to a year old, however we do have customers that have fed our Kitten Mousse to adult cats as well.

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  2. Carley Parks

    5 out of 5

    Carley Parks

    My kitten doesn’t care for wet food but she ate this within 1 minute

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  3. Katie K.

    5 out of 5 Finally found something she likes!

    Katie K.

    I’ve tried almost every good quality food, but my picky girl wasn’t interested…until I tried the Tiki Cat line. She loved the kitten velvet mousse and then the kibble. So happy that I no longer have to worry about her getting the nutrients she needs!

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  4. Question

    Sue

    I have a new 12 wk old kitten (yay🥰) & starting her on Tiki kitten. I experimented a bit with the luau chicken and egg and she dove in and devoured it. 24 hours later and she’s doing great. No tummy issues at all. My question is, she LOVES the texture of the shredded chicken, but the kitten food is only pâté. Is it going to be developmentally unwise if I switch it up a bit and occasionally put down the luau line for her?

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      Tiki Pets

      Hi! So glad that your kitten loves our foods! It should not affect her development by switching up our foods. Our Luau line is AAFCO approved to meet the nutritional needs of all lifestages of cats. Additionally, you can mix our kitten mousse in with the new food you are trying to introduce to her to ensure she is still getting all the nutritional benefits from our kitten food!

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  5. Question

    Sue

    Does this contain carageenan?

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      Tiki Pets

      No, our Kitten Mousse does not contain carrageenan.

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  6. Hudson Harryman

    5 out of 5 The absolute best!

    Hudson Harryman

    This is the best cat food I’ve ever used and they’ve ever loved so much. It really does have real shrimp, calamari and other sea creatures in it. They go nuts for the seafood and they jump around and really show it because they’re so happy afterwards. Our 15 year old cat gets a hair up as but and runs around with his tail looking all puffy. Our kitten loves it too! I’m telling you this is great food and the happiness in your pets will show it. Haven’t used the dog food yet but I have no doubts that it is the bomb. Thank you everybody for making such great quality food!

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  7. Question

    Megan

    My kitten is approximately 10 pounds and is 11 months old (almost an adult) – do I follow the kitten feeding guidelines or the adult feeding guidelines?

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      Tiki Pets

      Hi! Our feeding guidelines will vary based on your kittens breed, size, sex, and activity level. Since your kitten is close to being a year old, you can follow the adult feeding guidelines, however if your kitten still feels hungry after that you are welcome to feed more. Additionally, we do recommend consulting in your vet to ensure your cats specific needs are being met.

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