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Felix Cat food 12x100g 3 for £7.50 @ Sainsbury's

£7.50 @ Sainsbury's
£3.38/£3.45/£3.53 each or 3 boxes for £7.50! Makes it £2.50 a box Felix Fish Selection In Jelly Pouch 12x100g Felix Kitten Cat Food, Chunks in Jelly 12 x 100g Felix Kitten Chunks In Jelly P… Read More
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
£3.38/£3.45/£3.53 each or 3 boxes for £7.50!
Makes it £2.50 a box

Felix Fish Selection In Jelly Pouch 12x100g
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#1
the "as good it looks " range by felix is a much better cat food and on special at pets at home ( deal posted earlier today )
#2
cadmus
the "as good it looks " range by felix is a much better cat food and on special at pets at home ( deal posted earlier today )


They're both absolutely terrible cat foods. 4% animal derivatives? You're basically feeding an obligate carnivore meat (and I use that term is the loosest possible way, given that its derivatives) flavoured card board.

If you're shopping at petsathome, try their purely range, hardly bank busting at £4, but minimum of 50% meat. Or the pate purely has 90% meat.

Sorry, voting cold because there's very little actual cat food in felix.
#3
cold becuase used to be 2 for £5, this is just making you spend more.
#4
voting cold as Asda are 2 for £5 which is better if you dont need 3 boxes and in general a lot of pouches cat food is on this sort of deal so nothing special at sainsburys.

on the cat food being rubbish front, lets face it, even premium pouches and scientific diets like hills and Iams are pretty bad too. They also have vegetable protein instead of meat.

if you really feel strongly about it and want you cat to eat what it is supposed to, buy some cheap fish (asda are doing frozen fish filets, just a white fish, at £2 for 1kg.) that is 100% fish with no aditivies etc. All it takes is a little effort and costs less per 100g than these things.
#5
ianstanley
voting cold as Asda are 2 for £5 which is better if you dont need 3 boxes and in general a lot of pouches cat food is on this sort of deal so nothing special at sainsburys.

on the cat food being rubbish front, lets face it, even premium pouches and scientific diets like hills and Iams are pretty bad too. They also have vegetable protein instead of meat.

if you really feel strongly about it and want you cat to eat what it is supposed to, buy some cheap fish (asda are doing frozen fish filets, just a white fish, at £2 for 1kg.) that is 100% fish with no aditivies etc. All it takes is a little effort and costs less per 100g than these things.


I think premium and good aren't the same when it comes to pet foods. But feeding just fish isn't enough either, cats need certain nutrients etc so if you're going to feed fish you need to add stuff to be sure they're getting all they need. A cat wouldn't just eat fish, they'd eat various birds, rats, mice all sorts. But there's a lot to take into account when you feed a raw diet.

Complete foods like fish4cats, applaws, orijen are great. Wet foods can be super cheap and good quality, hilife is 19p in home and bargain and it's 60% meat. Asda's top life is 93% meat and there feline fayre is about 50% meat. None of those would be considered premium, but all HUGELY better quality than whiskas, felix, iams etc.

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