Purina (Catfood) Gourmet Classic Soups - Tuna, Shrimp & Whitefish (40g) was 90p each now 8 for £3.00 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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Purina (Catfood) Gourmet Classic Soups - Tuna, Shrimp & Whitefish (40g) was 90p each now 8 for £3.00 @ Tesco

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These deals end on 7th March 2017 Purina (Catfood) Gourmet Classic Soups - Tuna, Shrimp & Whitefish (40g) was 90p each now 8 for £3.00 Purina (Catfood) Gourmet Soup Chicken and Vegetable (40g) w…
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These deals end on 7th March 2017

Purina (Catfood) Gourmet Classic Soups - Tuna, Shrimp & Whitefish (40g) was 90p each now 8 for £3.00

Purina (Catfood) Gourmet Soup Chicken and Vegetable (40g) was 90p each now 8 for £3.00

Purina (Catfood) Gourmet Soup Tuna and Anchovy (40g) was 90p each now 8 for £3.00
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#1
my cat loves these, this offer has been going on a while

my local seems to have stopped doing the 'classic with chicken' variant but they do the packs of 4 (2 of these with another 2) for £1.50 (pack of 4)
#2
it seems so weird cats eating soup . but I'm going to try mine on it . thanks heat added
1 Like #3
Unless your cat has a weight problem or no teeth, why on earth would anyone choose to feed it 'soup'? Surely it's just a way for the manufacturer to cut costs, i.e. less density of meat / stuff of nutritional value, replaced by more water... :{
1 Like #4
These really are a ripoff, even at this price.
All 8 packets probably aren't even equal to 1 tin of tuna.
1 Like #5
Purina make dreadful food, Bakers Go cat etc. The ingredients in this: Fish and Fish Derivatives (of which Natural Tuna Loins 20%), Molluscs and Crustaceans (Shrimps 4%), Derivatives of Vegetable Origin - 24% fish 76% crap
1 Like #6
Cat soup? What on earth? Next we'll be giving them a blue rinse and sitting them down at the table in dining rooms to eat it out of the bowl -I won't say with a spoon (let's not be ridiculous) - although my cat likes to eat ON the table and eat MY food out of MY bowl. I don't think I've made this point very well. Humph (I think).
#7
cookiefaerie
Cat soup? What on earth? Next we'll be giving them a blue rinse and sitting them down at the table in dining rooms to eat it out of the bowl -I won't say with a spoon (let's not be ridiculous) - although my cat likes to eat ON the table and eat MY food out of MY bowl. I don't think I've made this point very well. Humph (I think).


​all 3 of my cats eat from my plate and spoon, doesn't bother me (but only when allowed, they are not badly behaved). I tried the Sheba soup and there was no soup, it was rank looking chicken in a grey gravy and very little of it. However the packet shows an orange broth. Dubious to try any other brand. I make them 'chicken soup' by slicing chicken small and steaming in the microwave in some water. Also do the same with fish. Much cheaper and simple
2 Likes #8
This 'product' really is the triumph of marketing over reason!
I would NEVER buy it - would rather throw a pound coin in the street.
Want to give your cat some gourmet 'soup', for free? Add a tablespoon of warm water to their wet cat food, and stir...watch them lap up the 'soup', and lick their lips!
#9
Matangouk
Purina make dreadful food, Bakers Go cat etc. The ingredients in this: Fish and Fish Derivatives (of which Natural Tuna Loins 20%), Molluscs and Crustaceans (Shrimps 4%), Derivatives of Vegetable Origin - 24% fish 76% crap

Those are the only ingredients though. As the pic shows, it's basically meat/fish in water/soup. To describe the product as "with tuna and shrimp" a minimum of 4% each of tuna and shrimp are needed, it does not mean there is only 24% fish in there and "76% other" as can be shown by the ingredients. With a protein content of 75% when you exclude the water, there has to be a fair amount of fish, definitely more than 24%. :)
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Crapweasel
Unless your cat has a weight problem or no teeth, why on earth would anyone choose to feed it 'soup'? Surely it's just a way for the manufacturer to cut costs, i.e. less density of meat / stuff of nutritional value, replaced by more water... :{

I didn't realise at first but this is a complementary food i.e. a treat and/or should not be given exclusively so no it won't be nutritionally complete for them. There is plenty of meat/fish in there as the ingredients only have basically meat, fish, veg.

Edited By: yrreb88 on Dec 16, 2016 23:46: .

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