Friday, February 3, 2017

It Had Been a LUAU JANUARY at Casa De Noodles - #chewyinfluencer

Sunshine the Cat was very very excited when the January newsletter from arrived. She was given the GO-AHEAD to pick whatever she wanted to review and the mommies of the house would NOT interfere. She perused the list over and over weighing the benefits and value of each choice. Finally she did something we never never thought she would do - she picked
Tiki Cat King Kamehameha Luau Variety Pack Grain-Free Canned Cat Food, 2.8-oz, case of 12.
It wasn't so much that she chose Tiki Cat. She has tried a couple of their variety packs and generally speaking, she likes them, No, it was more the KIND of fish this selection offered - it was like nothing she ever tried before.

  • Hawaiian Grill - Flaked Ahi Tuna, Tuna Consommé
  • Lanai Luau - Flaked Ahi Tuna, Tuna Consommé, Flaked Crab surimi (Sea Bream, Crab broth)
  • Tahitian Grill - Sardine Cutlets, Sardine Consommé
  • Molokai Luau - Flaked Ahi Tuna, Tuna Consommé, Calamari, Brown Rice
  • Honolulu Luau - Flaked Ahi Tuna, Tuna Consommé, Flaked Crab surimi (Sea Bream, Crab broth),                                Brown Rice
  • Waimea Luau - Flaked Ahi Tuna, Tuna Consommé, Prawns, Brown Rice
  • Waikiki Luau -  Flaked Ahi Tuna, Tuna Consommé, Flaked Tilapia, Brown Rice
  • Makaha Luau - Mackerel Cutlets, Sardines Cutlets, Calamari Consommé, Calamari
  • Bora Bora Luau - Sardine Cutlets, Lobster Consommé

I mean - Calamari? Lobster? Sardines? Mackerel? This is the definitely food worthy of Kamehameha and Liliuokalani themselves! Sunshine the Cat has had Chicken of the Sea before. . . period. So this was otherworldly for her and that, she said, is why she chose to try and review it. An OLD CAT can learn new things, she said, and she was going to prove it.

*Please take note of the ingredients. Tiki Cat is a well crafted food that uses natural and naturally occurring ingredients. Even the names you cannot pronounce are naturally occurring. Here are the rest of the ingredients excluding the above: Calcium lactate, Tricalcium Phosphate, Choline chloride, Taurine, Vitamin E supplement, Zinc sulfate, Thiamine mononitrate, Niacin, Calcium pantothenate, Manganese sulfate, Vitamin A acetate, Potassium iodide, Ferrous sulfate, Riboflavin Supplement, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Copper sulfate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement.

Tiki Cat King Kamehameha Luau Variety, according to Sunshine the Cat, lived up to all of the hype AND THEN SOME. It was tasty enough to make her want to BEG and she said the high protein and low carb formula made her feel as chipper as a kitten again. 

There was one formula that kinda sorta gave her the . . . um . . . oh . . . loose bowels . . . the Hawaiian Grill. Odd since it was THE MOST BASIC of all of the formulas. But it was just the ONE FOOD and once it was gone the problem was as well. 

Over all we at Casa de Noodles give this variety pack a 10 PAWS UP (we took two off for the poopy-runs) for flavor and quality. It is truly food fit for ALI'I.

++ We were not paid for this review. We were also not schooled on what to write. All of the opinions expressed on A Bowl of Noodles belong to Noodles, Molly, Sunshine and occasionally the huMom. We received free of charge enough product to try for a period of time and then to write a review. We thank for this opportunity.


Two French Bulldogs said...

Just the names are awesome
Lily & Edward

tubby3pug said...

oh yes we have tried these i love the mid century design on the can

Christmas said...

Cats have such a distinguished palate!

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

OMD OMCccccccccccccc we WISH we were Kitties... this stuffs sounds Grrrreat.
Our Mom and Sarge's Mom have been to a REAL Luau in Ha Wah E.