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Felix Sensations Fishy & Meaty Steaklets In Jelly 12 x100g, Co-op, £3.00

£3.00 @ Co-operative
Felix Sensations Fishy & Meaty Steaklets In Jelly 12 x100g, £3 at Co-op (usually £4+). Couldn't find it online but then Co-op website isn't the greatest. Been this price for quite a while but I couldn… Read More
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Felix Sensations Fishy & Meaty Steaklets In Jelly 12 x100g, £3 at Co-op (usually £4+). Couldn't find it online but then Co-op website isn't the greatest. Been this price for quite a while but I couldn't find the deal listed on here anywhere so thought it might be useful for someone. Mine is the Midlands Co-op....
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These are delicious.

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Cold from me sorry, filler filled crap with very little actual cat food in. Get hilife or feline fayre from your local home bargains, 19p each, so £2.28 for 12 and they're 50% meat.

Check these links out for comparisons of wet and dry food, also includes the price in cost to feed an average cat per day, you'd be amazed at how it's often cheaper to feed your cat decent food, not this crap.

http://www.petforums.co.uk/cat-health-nutrition/112132-z-wet-food-cats.html

http://www.petforums.co.uk/cat-health-nutrition/116753-z-dry-food-cats.html
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very helpful links & thankyou.
Wotan
Cold from me sorry, filler filled crap with very little actual cat food in. Get hilife or feline fayre from your local home bargains, 19p each, so £2.28 for 12 and they're 50% meat.Check these links out for comparisons of wet and dry food, also includes the price in cost to feed an average cat per day, you'd be amazed at how it's often cheaper to feed your cat decent food, not this crap.http://www.petforums.co.uk/cat-health-nutrition/112132-z-wet-food-cats.htmlhttp://www.petforums.co.uk/cat-health-nutrition/116753-z-dry-food-cats.html
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Wotan
Cold from me sorry, filler filled crap with very little actual cat food in. Get hilife or feline fayre from your local home bargains, 19p each, so £2.28 for 12 and they're 50% meat.

Check these links out for comparisons of wet and dry food, also includes the price in cost to feed an average cat per day, you'd be amazed at how it's often cheaper to feed your cat decent food, not this crap.

http://www.petforums.co.uk/cat-health-nutrition/112132-z-wet-food-cats.html


http://www.petforums.co.uk/cat-health-nutrition/116753-z-dry-food-cats.html

Don't disagree with your premise, but each to their own and this is cheap for this product... :3
#5
martyadams58

Don't disagree with your premise, but each to their own and this is cheap for this product... :3


It's not my premise, and to me it's not a case of each to their own. It's about feeding your cat decent food. Even if I was just voting cold on the premise that hilife works out at £2.28 for 12, and is 50% meat. Whatever was you look at it it's cold.

Each to their on our food maybe, but I assume everyone would want to feed their animals at least a half decent diet?
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Wotan
martyadams58

Don't disagree with your premise, but each to their own and this is cheap for this product... :3


It's not my premise, and to me it's not a case of each to their own. It's about feeding your cat decent food. Even if I was just voting cold on the premise that hilife works out at £2.28 for 12, and is 50% meat. Whatever was you look at it it's cold.

Each to their on our food maybe, but I assume everyone would want to feed their animals at least a half decent diet?

Sorry, but the whole point is that this is a good price for this product. I'm sure there will be more people buying Felix for their cats than HiLife, even if they are all misguided. I was merely trying to tell them to only spend £3 not £4+...

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