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Asda Tiger Cat Food - 50 pouch box - £5.00 Online & In Store

£5.00 @ Asda
Picked up these in the Asda Elgin store today, 50 pouches of Asda Tiger cat food for £5.00. On a rollback so would assume nationwide, also available to order online via the Asda grocery website if yo… Read More
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Picked up these in the Asda Elgin store today, 50 pouches of Asda Tiger cat food for £5.00. On a rollback so would assume nationwide, also available to order online via the Asda grocery website if you follow the Get Deal button (£40 minimum order for home delivery).
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2 Likes #1
Cat will be happy :3

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#2
The lamb is nice with some chilli powder and rice
2 Likes #3
My cat won't touch this stuff sadly.
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jlerner21
My cat won't touch this stuff sadly.
Nor will mine initially, but it changes its mind after about 2 days. Usually catches a couple of mice first and then goes back to eating whatever it is given. You may have to throw a bowlful away a couple of times whilst it is refusing as catfood seems to go off very quickly, but guarantee it will relent in the end.
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1 Like #6
My tiger won't touch this stuff sadly.
1 Like #7
Is a cat required for this deal? oO
1 Like #8
Steamy.Wee
Is a cat required for this deal? oO

It would be a catastrophe if it wasnt.
2 Likes #9
Steamy.Wee
Is a cat required for this deal? oO


Not necessarily. If you have a male partner, husband etc, indoors you can purchase this!! It's been said that they prefer it to the usual chicken or beef!! Well worth a try. Much cheaper too!!! X):3:3:3:3:3:D:D:D
(Only kidding. You know a joke, a bit of humour. Sadly, not enough funny banter goes on on here anymore)
No one was hurt in this mail!!
Have a great day folks!! X
#10
Ross81
The lamb is nice with some chilli powder and rice

Huh?.

It may be me, but, are you eating these yourself then or something?, or ..... lol.
1 Like #11
Someone actually tastes these for test purposes.........someone with absolutely no taste buds

Can you honestly say there will be enough nutritional value for your loving cat.... in this tin of cheap pap ;)
#12
cburns
Someone actually tastes these for test purposes.........someone with absolutely no taste buds
Can you honestly say there will be enough nutritional value for your loving cat.... in this tin of cheap pap ;)
Yes I can
#13
Note:- Not tins, but, pouches my dear!! It has been fully checked for all the nutritional value, sugars etc,etc
#14
It is usually enough for a cat, if not add a few biscuits to bulk it out a little bit. Plus, cats do not eat anywhere near as much as a dog the same age. Worth a try at this good price, Like my cat, who is extremely spoilt. If he/she doesn't like it & you have a dog or 3??? Then feed it to them with their meal. But, if the old man is in the bad books or dog house. Then, you could give him this with some mashed potatoes & vegetables!! :P :D
(Only kidding. A wee bit of banter folks.
Have a great day) X
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My cat knows the difference and turns her nose up at all supermarket branded cat food & Whiskas. Only Felix AGAIL or Sheba for the princess!!
#16
jlerner21
My cat won't touch this stuff sadly.

Nor will mine! She will only eat jelly type (Sainsbury's), turned her nose up at this as it is gravy. Shame because it's cheaper!

Then had to give a load to the Cats Protection League charity shop...
#17
TGPips
jlerner21
My cat won't touch this stuff sadly.

Nor will mine! She will only eat jelly type (Sainsbury's), turned her nose up at this as it is gravy. Shame because it's cheaper!

Then had to give a load to the Cats Protection League charity shop...


The ones I picked up in store are in jelly, online is a different one but I think it depends on what they have in store on the day as to what you would actually receive. I prefer feeding mine the ones in jelly as it makes less mess, he's a speed scoffer!
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ironmanclive
Nor will mine initially, but it changes its mind after about 2 days. Usually catches a couple of mice first and then goes back to eating whatever it is given. You may have to throw a bowlful away a couple of times whilst it is refusing as catfood seems to go off very quickly, but guarantee it will relent in the end.


You should submit that to Asda so they can use it on their marketing material.
#19
Tweenie2017
Steamy.Wee
Is a cat required for this deal? oO
Not necessarily. If you have a male partner, husband etc, indoors you can purchase this!! It's been said that they prefer it to the usual chicken or beef!! Well worth a try. Much cheaper too!!! X):3:3:3:3:3:D:D:D
(Only kidding. You know a joke, a bit of humour. Sadly, not enough funny banter goes on on here anymore)
No one was hurt in this mail!!
Have a great day folks!! X
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#20
Our dogs (jack Russell's) LOVE cat food, I'm sure they know it's the cats food and they shouldn't really be eating it and that makes it all the more delicious to them.
#21
I know this is for tigers but would my lions be ok with it? All that meat is expensive.
#22
Ooo just at the right time. Need another box of this. My cats wont eat anything except supermarket own food! They hate Whiskas and Felix. Not that im complaining, means they are cheaper to feed :3
#23
Tastes like s**t anyway!
#24
barron201253
Tastes like s**t anyway!

have you tried it then??
#25
crazy seeing someone from up this way / moray post great post :D
1 Like #26
Human species may like if you do blind test !

Remember father in 1950s working for Michelin in Midlands, where many new workers after war were from Poland. They shared sandwiches. They liked so much those of Polish colleague they asked him to find out what his wife was putting in them. So tin came in and it was "KiteKat". No surprise when you realise some countries were not used to a dog or cat on a tin of food suggesting it was intended for that species to consume, but simply decoration !!!!
#27
jlerner21
My cat won't touch this stuff sadly.

munki*
My cat knows the difference and turns her nose up at all supermarket branded cat food & Whiskas. Only Felix AGAIL or Sheba for the princess!!

This is in your head. Any cat will eat what is given to it. It's more likely that what you mean is you don't have the patience to wait for your cat to get hungry; at which point he/she will eat this merrily.

If you leave this down and wait do you honestly think the cat will allow itself to starve?
#28
Mine won't eat chicken cat food unless desperate and is then sick. Oddly she can eat real chicken with no probs. Makes you wonder what's really in the cat food.
#29
Not nationwide. Checked store in Bolton. Normal price :(
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jlerner21
My cat won't touch this stuff sadly.
munki*
My cat knows the difference and turns her nose up at all supermarket branded cat food & Whiskas. Only Felix AGAIL or Sheba for the princess!!

I guess you'd eat it yourself if you were hungry enough, though I'd like to think that most people think more of their pets than to feed them food they'll only eat because if they don't they'll starve to death!
#31
Nice and cheap but our cats won't touch it. No point buying it just to throw it away :(
#32
Rich_UK
Latterman
jlerner21
My cat won't touch this stuff sadly.
munki*
My cat knows the difference and turns her nose up at all supermarket branded cat food & Whiskas. Only Felix AGAIL or Sheba for the princess!!
This is in your head. Any cat will eat what is given to it. It's more likely that what you mean is you don't have the patience to wait for your cat to get hungry; at which point he/she will eat this merrily.
If you leave this down and wait do you honestly think the cat will allow itself to starve?
I guess you'd eat it yourself if you were hungry enough, though I'd like to think that most people think more of their pets than to feed them food they'll only eat because if they don't they'll starve to death!

I completely agree and our pets get the food they like. My point was that anyone saying "my cat won't touch this" isn't correct, it's just a case of not removing the food before the cat comes to be hungry/becomes used to that flavour/type.
#33
Yes, as I recall you only need to have 4 % of meat for cat food to carry that name, so most is bulked up with fish material
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jlerner21
My cat won't touch this stuff sadly.
Latterman
This is in your head. Any cat will eat what is given to it. It's more likely that what you mean is you don't have the patience to wait for your cat to get hungry; at which point he/she will eat this merrily. If you leave this down and wait do you honestly think the cat will allow itself to starve?


No it's not in my head. No it's not incorrect. You do not know all the circumstances, so I'm afraid you're wrong.

Edited By: jlerner21 on Jul 03, 2017 22:42: wrong quote
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Rich_UK
Latterman
jlerner21
My cat won't touch this stuff sadly.
munki*
My cat knows the difference and turns her nose up at all supermarket branded cat food & Whiskas. Only Felix AGAIL or Sheba for the princess!!
This is in your head. Any cat will eat what is given to it. It's more likely that what you mean is you don't have the patience to wait for your cat to get hungry; at which point he/she will eat this merrily.
If you leave this down and wait do you honestly think the cat will allow itself to starve?
I guess you'd eat it yourself if you were hungry enough, though I'd like to think that most people think more of their pets than to feed them food they'll only eat because if they don't they'll starve to death!

You're quite right, but there's always one somewhere.
2 Likes #36
jlerner21
My cat won't touch this stuff sadly.
Latterman
This is in your head. Any cat will eat what is given to it. It's more likely that what you mean is you don't have the patience to wait for your cat to get hungry; at which point he/she will eat this merrily. If you leave this down and wait do you honestly think the cat will allow itself to starve?


He was making assumptions, innocently enough I guess. But my three cats will eat this stuff, but they'll not touch Sainsbury's own cat food for some reason. When you are an experienced pet owner you do learn to know your cats and what they'll go for or not.
#37
Latterman
This is in your head. Any cat will eat what is given to it. It's more likely that what you mean is you don't have the patience to wait for your cat to get hungry; at which point he/she will eat this merrily. If you leave this down and wait do you honestly think the cat will allow itself to starve?
absolute poppycock!! cats have different tastes, as do humans and they have every right too. I have 4 cats, all of whom eat different food and a wildcat who eats most foods, but not all. I happily 'listen' to my cats and would not force them to eat something purely because it is cheap! Nor would I do to a human. All lives matter and as I choose to look after my cats, that includes not treating them as objects.
#38
munki*
My cat knows the difference and turns her nose up at all supermarket branded cat food & Whiskas. Only Felix AGAIL or Sheba for the princess!!


Aww, Sheba for Princess Tyene too!! As I stated in a post above she's a spoilt little Bengal. Pedigree & that's her real name. Bless her!! X
#39
TGPips
Nor will mine! She will only eat jelly type (Sainsbury's), turned her nose up at this as it is gravy. Shame because it's cheaper!Then had to give a load to the Cats Protection League charity shop...


I'm not 100% sure, but, I think they do it in jelly too. As, when we bought our cat we bought all types for her & because this pic looks a teeny bit like her I remember buying it. Hahaha, I've just enlarged photo to read something on the box. The advertised pics state with JELLY. Lol x
#40
Good price. I don't have a nearby Asda so made an order last night, addded a few bits to make over the minimum order value. Somehow I'd spent £70. oO suddenly doesn't feel like a bargain oops X)

For £1 they also have 'Tiger pouches select double delights fish duo pack12x100g'

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