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I have seen various deals on Whiskas satchetss, 2 boxes of 12 for £5.00 but never one this good, 48 satchets for £8.00 is excellent value.
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#1
purrrrfectly good deal.
#2
Excellent. What on earth are 'Satchets' though?
#3
Im set to get a cat in a few weeks, I want two but my partner will only let me have one mainly due to the costs.

How much do people spend on there cats a week/month?

The cat will be having injections and havin his manhood snipped also (any tips on how to save on these?)
#4
woz;5753494
The cat will be having injections and havin his manhood snipped also (any tips on how to save on these?)

Bolt Cutters...
#5
ooo thanks :thumbsup:

anyone know if this includes kitten pouches?
#6
woz


The cat will be having injections and havin his manhood snipped also (any tips on how to save on these?)


Two bricks, it's painless.

( As long as you don't get your thumbs between the bricks ):roll:
#7
Can someone confirm this deal please , as it seems too good to be true!. If it is I'm going to stock up big time.


I have 3 cats, each get 2 sachets a day plus some hard food. So costs me about £12 a week. Thats £4 a cat too feed.
#8
woz;5753494
Im set to get a cat in a few weeks, I want two but my partner will only let me have one mainly due to the costs.

How much do people spend on there cats a week/month?

The cat will be having injections and havin his manhood snipped also (any tips on how to save on these?)


http://www.cats.org.uk/workwedo/neutering.asp
#9
My cat won't eat it as it don't like jelly, it only like gravy :-D

But I get the lidel ones 12 for £2.19 I know abit more but thought I would say never the less :)
#10
I have fussy moggys also they will only consistantly eat Whiskas or Felix.. I have tried others such as Lidel but they will only eat them sometimes. Tesco's own, I have had problems with. I have on 2 occassions bought boxes that were off and stunk!
#11
studentprince
Can someone confirm this deal please , as it seems too good to be true!. If it is I'm going to stock up big time.


I have 3 cats, each get 2 sachets a day plus some hard food. So costs me about £12 a week. Thats £4 a cat too feed.


I guess your cats are seriously happy chaps ;)

I have one cat, and she has a bowl of Iams for breakfast and a pouch of Oh so Fishy or similar for dinner (the bowl of crunchies is left out for her in case she fancies a snack during the day)

If you have three cats, wouldn't it be easier / cheaper to use tins?
#12
Yeah, tins would be cheaper. But my daughter (8years old) is first up and feeds the cats. See would really struggle with a tin and there would be some mess!
#13
Yes, I can confirm this offer is on! Was in Morrisons earlier on today and they are 2 boxes of 24 = 48 pouches for £8
#14
p.s. its finishes 19th July 2009!
#15
woz
Im set to get a cat in a few weeks, I want two but my partner will only let me have one mainly due to the costs.

How much do people spend on there cats a week/month?

The cat will be having injections and havin his manhood snipped also (any tips on how to save on these?)

I feed my 3 cats on dry food its cheaper as they just graze feed when it suits them no meal times to worry about it works well and cost less but you must start this early .
#16
does the deal include the ones with 'sauce'?
our cat won't eat the 'Jelly' ones.
#17
Our cats hate this food but they love Felix Marinade.
#18
studentprince;5753592
Can someone confirm this deal please , as it seems too good to be true!. If it is I'm going to stock up big time.


I have 3 cats, each get 2 sachets a day plus some hard food. So costs me about £12 a week. Thats £4 a cat too feed.


whatt????

That's more expensive than my kids...

and I thought me kids were expensive
£ 650/year on cat food? plus other things... hope they are helpful when you are retired . because it would have cost you some £ 70K by the time you retire! each to their own I guess...

I can think 100 better things to do with that money..

Dont mind me though.. I just cant stand cleaning cat's crap all over our garden.
#19
I can confirm its on too (reigate branch)
#20
Can anyone confirm if this includes any varieties other than in jelly please ? :thumbsup:
#21
woz
Im set to get a cat in a few weeks, I want two but my partner will only let me have one mainly due to the costs.

How much do people spend on there cats a week/month?


Got my cats on "Royal Canin outdoor 30" from zooplus.co.uk. £42 for a 10kg bag, but its menat to do a single cat (if you dont overfeed) for 166 days, so it costs only about 25p a day.

Its a complete cat food, so they dont need wet stuff with it.
#22
Woz, I should find out whether your new cat actually LIKES Whiskas first! They are peculiar creatures and every one of them has a mind of its own and could not care less what 8 out of 10 cats prefer or dont prefer! And if your new cat is one of those '2 out of 10' like mine is then 9 out of 10 cat owners will give in on giving the cat something else to eat before the cat does! LOL :-)
#23
Ice Cold!

People really shouldn't be feeding their animals this or anything else that you can find on the supermarket shelf.

If you care for your animals you will make the small extra effort to go to a specialist pet store or online retailer who will be able to sell you a food which is free of "meat and animal derivatives" for the same price.
#24
K1LLER HORNET
does the deal include the ones with 'sauce'?
our cat won't eat the 'Jelly' ones.


sweetpud
Can anyone confirm if this includes any varieties other than in jelly please ? :thumbsup:



From all i could see in my store was the jelly ones. And they only had fish variety and poultry variety boxes.

Got myself 4 boxes today. I was in Asda too, and their offer was the 24 box for £6, so definitely a bargain and voted hot from me!
#25
How can your ethical views have any bearing on the heat of this deal ? It's a bargain for those who 'choose' to buy it......
#26
sweetpud
How can your ethical views have any bearing on the heat of this deal ? It's a bargain for those who 'choose' to buy it......


Not when you can buy better for the same price.

If a 14 inch black and white telly was 50p, it wouldn't be a bargain if a 42 inch plasma was also 50p.
#27
Great Deal but i think dog food just has a little better after taste.
#28
i have 5 cats, I give them whiskas biscuits 4kg bag lasts ages and are about £8 quid and at the moment they are on offer 3 for 2 at pets at home. but this is a good deal. cats seems to waste them during summer as they go manky quickly in the heat, so we give them as something different 1 or twice a week. hot from me
#29
davester2k
Ice Cold!

People really shouldn't be feeding their animals this or anything else that you can find on the supermarket shelf.

If you care for your animals you will make the small extra effort to go to a specialist pet store or online retailer who will be able to sell you a food which is free of "meat and animal derivatives" for the same price.


what bearing on a cats health does feeding them this stuff then? and gives us some links to have a look at the benefits plz.
we have had a cat for 4 months and never owned one before so clueless to all this, just thought thats where you get her food from!! what do you mean derivatives? like cheap sausages and burgers that people eat?
you could be like the jamie oliver for cats! just a thought :p
#30
great deal - had them stacked by entrance in ours - jelly /poultry ones
#31
Good deal. Are these variety packs or just one flavour? Thing with my cat it's fussy as hell and after giving it food from sachets it will never eat from tinned food. I should have bought the damn thing up eating crap from Aldi :roll:
#32
Hi,
Been enquiring about injections etc. Spoke to one vet who said everything like flu, microchip nuts cutting off etc will come to about £110 for a male and £120 for female.

This is gonna set me back big time. Can I save anywhere on this? I wanted two cats but this is going to cost me a fortune
#33
Got this lastnight and came on to post! They have the meat one and the fish pack in Bristol.
#34
Yes but i think if you get one from the RSPCA they have an all in price for the cat (Not sure what it is but back when i got my kittie it was £45 which was about 5 years ago) which covers microchipping and neutering.
#35
steve bath
what bearing on a cats health does feeding them this stuff then?


Well I am a vegetarian but I would never consider converting my cat to a vegetarian diet. When you think about it, everything about the cat from its claws, its sense of smell, its eyesight and its teeth says it is a hunter and anybody that doesnt believe this, just take a look at some of the wildlife my cat has brought me back into the house over the last month! Mice, birds, goldfish from next doors pond and even a huge great 4 inch long moth! Cats need meat as part of their diet. They are carnivores pure and simple. Even the Vegetarian society advises against feeding cats a vegetarian diet.

http://www.barkleyandpaws.com/Cats/Nutrition/Cat_vegetarian_diet_research___is_it_healthy_for_your_cat_20080129956/

But anybody that is still unsure, just ask your vet. My cat however I will continue to feed meat to and I would reject any argument that just because I do so, I somehow dont care about him.
banned#36
woz
Hi,
Been enquiring about injections etc. Spoke to one vet who said everything like flu, microchip nuts cutting off etc will come to about £110 for a male and £120 for female.

This is gonna set me back big time. Can I save anywhere on this? I wanted two cats but this is going to cost me a fortune


Where do you live?
#37
just my feeling totally on this andyellis cant belive that people would not feed a cat meat! think im just gonna stick to the crap of the supermarket shelfs!! she likes it and thats all that maters to me.
#38
davester2k

If you care for your animals you will make the small extra effort to go to a specialist pet store or online retailer who will be able to sell you a food which is [COLOR="Red"]free of "meat and animal derivatives[/COLOR]" for the same price.


Lol, we've had several cats over the years and they've caught mice, voles, rabbits, birds of all sizes and types (one even had a go at a pheasant) and they would always eat their kill.

On the other hand, I never once saw any one of our cats gnawing on a carrot or peeling an orange!!:roll:
#39
Excellent post - wasn't even labelled in my Morrisons today, but I checked at the till and got the deal - thanks
#40
Can anyone tell me how long this offer is on for, as my local Morrisons is some drive away? cheers

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