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Iams Adult 1+ Chicken (3Kg) £8.00 @ Asda

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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
Seems a good deal - Was £14.68 and is £14.69 at Tesco & Sainsburys
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#3
No offense but this is Peta you are talking about. They knowingly doctor video evidence (KFC case). They destroy thousands of animals each year themselves simply as they can't rehouse them. They are also a bunch of hypocrites and terrorists as their actions are terrorist in nature and forget they are harming animals themselves.

Iams is still one of the best foods to give your animal regardless of some potentially made up hack job.

It still got a cold vote from me though as these packs can be picked up at most B&M bargains for £4
#4
hmmm guys, if you read a bit into this you might have a more balanced view. I couldn't condone any animal cruelty but this is the list of companies that don't test any of their cat/dog food on animals at all PETA. All the other big brands that we all buy do test on animals in some way.I'm afraid Iams are by no means unique. Good price so voted hot.
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Sociopath
No offense but this is Peta you are talking about. They knowingly doctor video evidence (KFC case). They destroy thousands of animals each year themselves simply as they can't rehouse them. They are also a bunch of hypocrites and terrorists as their actions are terrorist in nature and forget they are harming animals themselves.

Iams is still one of the best foods to give your animal regardless of some potentially made up hack job.

It still got a cold vote from me though as these packs can be picked up at most B&M bargains for £4



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PETA, what a bunch of fcuk wits.
#6
How can you NOT test cat/dog food on animals?
Ok I can understand not testing perfume, or shaving foam, or deodorant on animals, but pet food ?!?

Isn't that a bit like a company launching their best ever tasting meat pie, but it's never actually been tasted by a real human, as they are against human-testing ?
#7
Funder
How can you NOT test cat/dog food on animals?
Ok I can understand not testing perfume, or shaving foam, or deodorant on animals, but pet food ?!?

Isn't that a bit like a company launching their best ever tasting meat pie, but it's never actually been tasted by a real human, as they are against human-testing ?



Its not the testing they are protesting against, but the conditions the Animals are kept in. Did you even look at the link before you posted?:{
#8
We are talking about events way back, the video is from 2002 - lifted from Wiki - "In 2002, a film by animal rights organizations such as PETA and In Defense of Animals slated Iams for the way the company conducted animal research at external laboratories. Iams ended its relationship with the Sinclair Research Center, stating that the filmed activity was contrary to the company's strict, long standing animal studies policies. Since 2005 Iams has conducted controlled research internally."
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trigger_andy
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How can you NOT test cat/dog food on animals?Ok I can understand not testing perfume, or shaving foam, or deodorant on animals, but pet food ?!?Isn't that a bit like a company launching their best ever tasting meat pie, but it's never actually been tasted by a real human, as they are against human-testing ?
Its not the testing they are protesting against, but the conditions the Animals are kept in. Did you even look at the link before you posted?:{

Ah, no I only read what had been written here.
I was unable to view the posted link as the company firewall blocked it as "Terrorist / Inflamatory Group related" - lol
#10
mhaslip
hmmm guys, if you read a bit into this you might have a more balanced view. I couldn't condone any animal cruelty but this is the list of companies that don't test any of their cat/dog food on animals at all PETA. All the other big brands that we all buy do test on animals in some way.I'm afraid Iams are by no means unique. Good price so voted hot.

I've just started buying from one of the companies listed on that site: http://www.skinnerspetfoods.co.uk, not too dear, and the food was rated reasonably high on dogfoodanaylsis.com, I'd highly recommended them. 'Tis dog food though (I only realised this deal was for cat food after starting my post!), but it's pretty interesting once you start looking into the quality of pet food....

Incidentally, haven't voted either way, but this does seem a good price.

Edited By: mac_d on Sep 20, 2010 16:49: .

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