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Tiki Pets Cat Aloha Friends 3oz. Variety Pack (Case Of 12)

Tiki Pets Cat Aloha Friends 3oz. Variety Pack (Case Of 12)

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Say aloha to kitty-approved variety in every bowl with the Tiki Cat Aloha Friends Variety Pack Grain-Free Wet Cat Food. It?s a luau of flavors purr-fectly fit for your furry carnivore in every can or pouch, with recipes featuring wild-caught, dolphin-safe flaked tuna, tilapia, shrimp and pala?ai?Hawaiian for pumpkin?all simmered in a tasty broth. The pumpkin adds a boost of fiber and antioxidants to promote healthy digestion, and the broth provides plenty of moisture to keep your pal hydrated and support urinary health. Plus, the formula is packed with essential vitamins, omegas, minerals and taurine for a complete and balanced diet cats of all ages will love, with zero grains, gluten, or GMOs. -Variety pack includes recipes with wild-caught flaked tuna, tilapia, and shrimp for the animal-sourced protein carnivores thrive on. -With fiber-rich, antioxidant-packed pumpkin for digestive health, plus sunflower oil rich in omegas that nourish the skin and coat. -Provides a balanced and complete diet for cats of all ages with essential amino acids, vitamins, minerals and taurine. -Made with real broth so it provides essential moisture to keep your pal hydrated and support overall health. -Adds variety for picky eaters, and contains no grains, gluten, or GMOs; made with dolphin-safe, mercury-tested tuna. Transition Instructions: The best way to transition to a new food is to switch gradually over the course of 7-10 days. For example, make a mixture that contains 25% of the new food and 75% of the old food and feed that for three days. Then make it 50-50 for three more days, then 75% new food and 25% old food for three more days. If your cat seems comfortable with this progression, you can start feeding 100% new food. If at any time your pet starts vomiting, has loose stools, or appears constipated, slow the rate at which you are switching the food. If problems continue to occur, consult your veterinarian.



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