Feed your cat like a queen with the Tiki Cat Queen Emma Luau Variety Pack Grain-Free Canned Cat Food. Inspired by the flavors of a luau, each gourmet recipe is loaded with high-quality protein to keep your pal looking and feeling her best. So grab the catnip grass skirt and dance to the dinner bowl?your tiny carnivore will love the shredded meats in juicy consomm? in every can. And not only are they delicious and full of complete and balanced nutrition, but the easy-to-serve cans are an excellent way to supply your cat with necessary hydration to keep him thriving. Plus, he?ll love the variety of tasty ingredients, like wild salmon, lean chicken, seabass and tilapia! -Convenient, easy-to-open cans feature gourmet recipes that are high in protein and low in carbs. -Contains taurine which helps support heart health and added vitamins and minerals for a complete and balanced diet. -Recipe contains no grains, wheat, corn, soy, GMO ingredients, MSG, carrageenan, or anything artificial so it?s great for cat with allergies. -Variety of delicious flavors help to entice picky eaters with real, shredded, deboned meat in a luscious consomme. -Helps cats stay properly hydrated, and can be served as a standalone diet or as a topper for dry food. Includes: -Tilapia -Napili Luau Wild Salmon & Chicken -Hanalei Luau Wild Salmon -Koolina Luau Chicken & Egg -Succulent Chicken -Papeekeo Luau Ahi Tuna & Mackerel Feeding Guidelines: Feed your Adult Tiki Cat 2-3 can per 7 lbs of body weight per day. Feed up to twice the amount for kittens. Pregnant or nursing cats may require 2 - 4 times the amount. Feed at room temperature and refrigerate unused portion. 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.