Whiskas 24 Bumper pack £4 Bargain Says my CAT! @ Morrisons - HotUKDeals
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Whiskas 24 Bumper only £4 , yum says my cat!
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#1
Yikes say the horses used to make it
1 Like #2
Nice on toast :)
2 Likes #3
abattoir
Nice on toast :)


Do you do that too? I thought I was the only one! Mmmmm...
#4
Glad I'm not the only strange eater here ..on toast and sprinkled with sugar...yum,yum!

Edited By: Wowhats on Jan 04, 2011 16:01
#5
Blimey, that's cheap!!

*runs out of house in the direction of Morrisons*
#6
Heat for your clever Moggy!
1 Like #7
You people seriously eat cat food? On bread? With sugar?

Hot deal. My cat's due some more food. Cheers for this.
#8
Thats very cheap they normally around £8

Edited By: shrek on Jan 04, 2011 16:20
#9
Nice! 8)
#10
Do you mean 48, because the picture is of 48 pouch box and I can't seem to find a 24 pouch box on mysupermarket.com?
https://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Shopping/FindProducts.aspx?Query=whiskas&SortBy=3


Edited By: stphnstevey on Jan 04, 2011 16:23
#11
I'd never feed my cat this stuff - full of fillers and additives and only about 4% meat.
#12
do they only have the cat one, or is whiskas kitten on the same offer? thanks
2 Likes #13
Do NOT feed your cats this garbage unless you are willing to clean it's teeth or provide dental chews. My first cat lost 60% of her teeth due to the high sugar content in this food, the vets always say this brand is complete crap.
2 Likes #14
who cares, they are only cats

Edited By: tighty on Jan 04, 2011 16:28
1 Like #15
musicals
Yikes say the horses used to make it

They employ horses to make cat food? But how do they catch the fish?!
#16
Good price, but I'd much prefer people buying their cats food with meat in.
#17
great bargain has this been found in any other stores? what branch was it found in please?
1 Like #18
tighty
who cares, they are only cats


It goes without saying that pet owners usually care about their pets, but even if they didn't, the financial woes of having rotten teeth removed is not fun.

False economy right here.

Edited By: silkhuk on Jan 04, 2011 16:38
#19
must admit my cat does love this stuff, so i shall be getting some

i tried some of the [email protected] stuff that is like 70% meat and she turned her nose up at it

picky sod
#20
Thats what confused me and I had to amend my post because the picture is for a pack of 48

I bought several of these on Amazon for £9 which is a good price as they around £14-£16

stphnstevey
Do you mean 48, because the picture is of 48 pouch box and I can't seem to find a 24 pouch box on mysupermarket.com?
https://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Shopping/FindProducts.aspx?Query=whiskas&SortBy=3

1 Like #21
scottie2hotty_uk
i tried some of the [email protected] stuff that is like 70% meat and she turned her nose up at it

picky sod
This is one of those 'cruel to be kind' moments. Whenever my dog decides he doesn't like his meat on any given day, then he simply goes without. He'll be hungry the next day, and will eat what's put down. It's all training.:)
#22
Infinite Element
You people seriously eat cat food? On bread? With sugar?Hot deal. My cat's due some more food. Cheers for this.

Why should cats get all the good food! :)
#23
This is a brilliant deal....I bet if I drive 10 miles up the road to stock up it will not be availale in my store :( orth a try though.HOT
#24
Quietus
scottie2hotty_uk
i tried some of the [email protected] stuff that is like 70% meat and she turned her nose up at it

picky sod
This is one of those 'cruel to be kind' moments. Whenever my dog decides he doesn't like his meat on any given day, then he simply goes without. He'll be hungry the next day, and will eat what's put down. It's all training.:)

Dog's and Cat's are not the same :3
#25
scottie2hotty_uk
must admit my cat does love this stuff, so i shall be getting some

i tried some of the [email protected] stuff that is like 70% meat and she turned her nose up at it

picky sod


That's because this is loaded with sugar so tastes "nicer". Like to us a McDonalds is nicer than a pasta.

Tis up to you to feed your dependants the right food.
#26
uuuummmmmm morrisons contact services are poor 10 min s on phone trying to get though and where the pet food there web site. ha hope u lot have better luck than me. o well of to pets at home better service and can see it on their web page 2 x 12 packs £5
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Quietus
scottie2hotty_uk
i tried some of the [email protected] stuff that is like 70% meat and she turned her nose up at it

picky sod
This is one of those 'cruel to be kind' moments. Whenever my dog decides he doesn't like his meat on any given day, then he simply goes without. He'll be hungry the next day, and will eat what's put down. It's all training.:)


You dont know cats very well lol, mine went without for 3 days untill i re-instated the felix as good as it looks, they wont eat anything but.
#28
musicals
Yikes say the horses used to make it

yupeee
#29
Not a bad price but they regularly have 2x 12 Pouch boxes for £5, still £1 saving though :)
#30
wallywally
Not a bad price but they regularly have 2x 12 Pouch boxes for £5, still £1 saving though :)

Tesco's regularly have 2x 12 Pouch boxes for £4
#31
Cats can't taste sweet things so loading it with sugar wouldn't be much good.

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=strange-but-true-cats-cannot-taste-sweets
#32
Same old Morrisons..start a deal without having stock. Went to my local branch at 1700, none in stock and none expected I was told. This advertising should be illegal if they know stock is not coming to some branches.
It is for 24 pouches NOT 48.
#33
Geemac
Quietus
scottie2hotty_uk
i tried some of the [email protected] stuff that is like 70% meat and she turned her nose up at it

picky sod
This is one of those 'cruel to be kind' moments. Whenever my dog decides he doesn't like his meat on any given day, then he simply goes without. He'll be hungry the next day, and will eat what's put down. It's all training.:)


Dog's and Cat's are not the same :3


They are in the way they dont want to die of starvation, eventually they will eat it.

Edited By: pinkleponkle on Jan 04, 2011 19:21
#34
hi all, just logged on, yes it is definatly 24 pouches, but thanks to the niced mods who put the picture up, my cat luvs the stuff and yes she is clever lol it is a national deal but finishes on the 09 Jan, got 4 boxes at Morrisons teeside park.
#35
huwwatkins
I'd never feed my cat this stuff - full of fillers and additives and only about 4% meat.


Meat derivatives so it's pig a hole and ox eyeball.

Min 50% meat for mine and the rest is usually water.

Wet - Natures Menu, Feline Fayre, Encore, etc
Dry - Acana, Orijen, etc

Edited By: c00li0 on Jan 04, 2011 20:06
#36
scottie2hotty_uk
must admit my cat does love this stuff, so i shall be getting some

i tried some of the [email protected] stuff that is like 70% meat and she turned her nose up at it

picky sod


I have had to try a lot before mine together were happy with something of high meat % but I got there. I have listed the ones above mine will eat. There are numerous others around. Marks and sparks do some nice tins.
#37
As other posters have said this stuff is rubbish, it's like giving McDonalds to your cat. Stick to dry cat food. It doesn't smell as much and is cheaper. Wet cat food is bad for them.
#38
FrankieHoward
As other posters have said this stuff is rubbish, it's like giving McDonalds to your cat. Stick to dry cat food. It doesn't smell as much and is cheaper. Wet cat food is bad for them.


My cat has some wet, some dry. (Normally expensive teeth cleaning dry stuff from the vet). Was interested in some of these posts about how bad this is. He will only eat Whiskas Simply or Felix Marinades anyway, so won't be buying it, but are Simply and Marinades any good? If not what is a good wet food?
#39
Good quality wet is fine for them as it has a high amount of moisture. Dry has dental benefits as well as the smell situation. Then some people prefer the raw approach.
1 Like #40
kirky666
FrankieHoward
As other posters have said this stuff is rubbish, it's like giving McDonalds to your cat. Stick to dry cat food. It doesn't smell as much and is cheaper. Wet cat food is bad for them.


My cat has some wet, some dry. (Normally expensive teeth cleaning dry stuff from the vet). Was interested in some of these posts about how bad this is. He will only eat Whiskas Simply or Felix Marinades anyway, so won't be buying it, but are Simply and Marinades any good? If not what is a good wet food?


It can be like crack the cheap stuff. I would hazard a guess the marinades are no better. Check the back. Like I said, it was a hard slog to find high meat % that mine would eat. You could try any of the following but start checking the meat % on the back of stuff;

Tesco finest
Tesco luxury
Marks and Spencer tins for about 62p
Natures menu (pets at home)
Pets at home simply iirc
Encore at sainsburys
Applause (pets at home)
Feline fayre (iirc asda sells this but check meat % as some aren't that great. I get mine at Costco)

Mine also get boiled chicken breast each week.



Edited By: c00li0 on Jan 04, 2011 23:11

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