Tiki Cat: Safe & Sustainable
March 21, 2012
Are you concerned about sustainable fishing? So are the folks over at PetTropics, the company responsible for Tiki Cat. You can rest easy knowing that your fish-loving cat has a safe, sustainable diet.
All their seafood is caught in the South Pacific to minimize mercury and pollutants. To further decrease mercury concerns, all their tuna is caught using with short lines to bring in smaller, younger fish. Their fishery is a member of the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation and they follow the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch guidelines. The chicken and vegetables that they use are USDA inspected and certified as safe for human consumption and their wild-caught seafood is safe to be sold for human consumption anywhere in the world. Additionally, they are certified by the International Dolphin Conservation Program.
Due to the many safety and sustainability precautions that they take, particularly the use of only whole foods, their business grew considerably during the time when many other foods were being recalled. This company does not believe in compromising the ingredients in their diets and this helps to protect your cat’s health. If you’re looking for an ecologically conscious food to feed your cat, you would be hard-pressed to find better than Tiki Cat.