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Go-Cat Complete Dry Cat Food £2.99 @ Lidl

£2.99 @ LIDL
Go-Cat Complete Dry Cat Food. Available from Thursday 12th August ~With Tuna, herring and vegetables, ~2Kg ~15p/100g I bought a 950g Go-Cat dry cat food box the other day in T…
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Go-Cat Complete Dry Cat Food.

Available from Thursday 12th August

~With Tuna, herring and vegetables,

~2Kg

~15p/100g

I bought a 950g Go-Cat dry cat food box the other day in Tesco's for £2.00 and I wished I had waited for this deal now!
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My pussy loves these
cheers babe xx
#2
Although a good price, if you utilise the double your vouchers at Tesco's it means that the £2 is now £1 making it better value.....good find though
#3
Had to vote cold sorry, since there's not actually £2.99's worth of actual cat food in this, just all fillers and garbage.
#4
I usually put a mixture of wet and dry cat food out for my Cat, he prefers it that way :D
#5
Wotan
Had to vote cold sorry, since there's not actually £2.99's worth of actual cat food in this, just all fillers and garbage.

So what would you recommend instead? (might be useful to do that in future if you are slating the product on the deal as you clearly have strong feelings against it so why not guide peoples custom elsewhere?)
#6
MX5 Matt
So what would you recommend instead? (might be useful to do that in future if you are slating the product on the deal as you clearly have strong feelings against it so why not guide peoples custom elsewhere?)


You're right, I should.

There's plenty of food that is much, much better. The problem is, instead of working out how much is costs to feed per day, people look at the bag price and go 'it's too expensive'. When you in actual fact feed so much less of a good quality food that you either end up spending the same per day, or less. Then of course there's people who think any food is fine because they wouldn't sell it if it wasn't good for the cat.

When you shop for a pet food the first listed ingredient should me named meat product. If the first ingredient is 'meat and animal derivatives' or any form of vegetables or cereals, avoid it.

A decent budget brand is pets at homes purely range, it's about £6 for a 2kg box, and if the feeding guide is followed that will last your average cat 60 days.

If you want a big bag (7.5kg) look at arden grange, fish 4 cats, orijen (although that is damn expensive, but it's about the best dry cat food available), arcana, taste of the wild. There's oads more. Have a look at this link (it's a work in progress though right now, but I'd imagine it'll be finished in a few days).

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

There's also an A-Z of wet cat food on the same forum.

Edited By: Wotan on Aug 12, 2010 13:51: comment added
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Wotan
MX5 Matt
So what would you recommend instead? (might be useful to do that in future if you are slating the product on the deal as you clearly have strong feelings against it so why not guide peoples custom elsewhere?)
You're right, I should.There's plenty of food that is much, much better. The problem is, instead of working out how much is costs to feed per day, people look at the bag price and go 'it's too expensive'. When you in actual fact feed so much less of a good quality food that you either end up spending the same per day, or less. Then of course there's people who think any food is fine because they wouldn't sell it if it wasn't good for the cat. When you shop for a pet food the first listed ingredient should me named meat product. If the first ingredient is 'meat and animal derivatives' or any form of vegetables or cereals, avoid it.A decent budget brand is pets at homes purely range, it's about £6 for a 2kg box, and if the feeding guide is followed that will last your average cat 60 days.If you want a big bag (7.5kg) look at arden grange, fish 4 cats, orijen (although that is damn expensive, but it's about the best dry cat food available), arcana, taste of the wild. There's oads more. Have a look at this link (it's a work in progress though right now, but I'd imagine it'll be finished in a few days).http://www.petforums.co.uk/cat-health-nutrition/116753-z-dry-food-cats.htmlThere's also an A-Z of wet cat food on the same forum.

Nice work! I'll check it out. Cheers.

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