Oct 302017
 

Hey guys. Wally and Ernie here. We love being part of the Chewy.com Blogger Outreach Program because we get the chance to try some things that we might not normally try. Like this new line of cat food from Tiki Cat called Tiki Cat After Dark.

Wally with Tiki Cat After Dark

We’ve tried Tiki Cat in the past and liked it. But since many of their foods have fish in them and we try to keep the fish in our diet at a minimum, we were excited to see the After Dark foods since none contain fish.

Tiki Cat After Dark is a high quality, grain and veggie free cat food that’s designed to mimic the natural prey diet for us cats. It’s high protein and low carbohydrate, and contains all the necessary vitamins and minerals so it’s complete and balanced.

You can see that it’s a shredded food, so if you’re a cat that likes the shreds, this one’s for you. It also contains a lot of broth…and we mean A LOT. So if you’re a cat that doesn’t drink a lot of water…and we all know how important water is for us cats…this food can really be beneficial for you.

Tiki Cat After Dark chicken and pork

It comes in a variety pack of 12 2.8 oz. cans and includes 6 different flavors…chicken, chicken and pork, chicken and duck, chicken and lamb, chicken and beef, and chicken with quail egg. For this review we tried the chicken and pork.

So what did we think of the Tiki Cat After Dark? Tell them, Ernie.

Ernie eating Tiki Cat After Dark

Sure, Wally. I thought it was okay…but honestly, it wasn’t my favorite food. I really liked the broth and lapped a lot of it up. Out of the 3 of us, Zoey liked it the best, but even she didn’t finish her entire portion. We haven’t tried the other flavors…maybe we’ll like those a little better than the chicken and pork. The chicken and quail egg sure sounds interesting.

If you’re looking for a good quality food that doesn’t contain grains and veggies like some cat foods do, Tiki Cat After Dark may be the food for you. You can find it at Chewy.com.

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We wanna thank Chewy.com for giving us the opportunity to try the Tiki Cat After Dark cat food. Humans, if you aren’t shopping for your pets’ needs at Chewy.com, you really should be. Chewy’s prices and selections are great…all orders over $49 ship for free…and shipping is quick…most orders are received within 2-3 days. And the Chewy shipping boxes are the best in the biz.

Disclosure: As members of the Chewy.com Blogger Outreach Program, we received the Tiki Cat After Dark cat food as compensation in exchange for our fair and honest review. Chewy.com is not responsible for the contents of this post. The Island Cats will only share products and information that we feel are of interest to our readers.

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  27 Responses to “Spotlight on Tiki Cat After Dark Cat Food #ChewyInfluencer”

  1. the boyz are always up to trying new foods and often it looks better than the stuff i eat.

  2. I will try some for Harrison…he loves shreds!

  3. Thanks for the review, Ernie! Unfortunately, this doesn’t appear to be a food that Angel and Chuck would enjoy, so we appreciate your taste-testing it first!

  4. This doesn’t seem to be a hit with anyone from the reviews I read. Dezi and Raena had an actual half of a quail egg in theirs.

  5. Tiki Cat after Dark!! What a great name for cat food….
    mom thinks that bowl looks very tasty for her to eat too
    Hugs madi your bfff

  6. Boy, do some of you kitties get some GOOOD nums.

  7. Boodie and I like the Tiki foods, but Binga’s not into the shreds.

  8. We like some Tiki food Ernie but I would probably just lick up the broth too!

  9. We tried this food, too, and none of us would eat it. We’re finicky like that. But the mom gave it to her parents’ kitties, and apparently they love all of the flavors. Good for them, I guess. Thanks for letting us know what you think of it! Purrs, Thimble

  10. That looks delicious and looks like some of the food we eat, although we don’t have that brand here in France.

    Purrs,
    The Chans

  11. For a while, a different variety of Tiki Cat was Samantha’s favorite, until one day it wasn’t anymore! She’s never been a fan of shreds so probably wouldn’t care for this either (she would just lick all the gravy out too). It’s a constant challenge finding canned food that she’ll consistently eat, so we have to buy it locally to try, one can at a time, which unfortunately you can’t get with Chewy. But we buy most of our other supplies from them!

  12. never tried cat food with broth for my cat. Does it really work? Happy eating kitties.

  13. We’ve never tried this food mainly because Isabella has no teeth so couldn’t eat it. We both like juices though and it looks very juicy. Great review!

  14. It sure is loaded with broth! Even Mudpie the gravy queen couldn’t quite lap it all up 🙂

  15. We’d lick up the broth and leave the rest for that chub Izzy.

  16. thanks for the great review–this looks like something Frodo would gobble up!

  17. Crockett seems to prefer shreds. I prefer ANYTHING.

  18. TBT says he will try us on some Tiki food again. It looks SO scrumptious…

  19. Now all they have to do is take out the chicken and I can try some! 🙂

  20. We like Tiki but not tried the new one. Clyde like only soft purre

  21. We liked the After Dark. Allie had to lap up all the sauce before she would eat the rest.

    The Florida Furkids

  22. MOL Don’t get too excited, ya’ only get a half an egg in dat one. And trust us, it’s not dat good. MOL We’re thinkin’ TikiCat missed da emowrk on these. Big hugs

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

  23. Grat review. TW gave me the one with pork first and I wouldn’t even look at it. Now the quail egg one was inneresting.

  24. I, Pipo am not a fan of shreds, go figure, MOL! But petcretary said it did look tasty!
    Maybe Dalton would gobble it up, OMC!!! He is like a billy goat and wet/dry vac…eats evfurrything he sees!

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