2 x 24 (48) Whiskas Adult Pouches for £10 at Pets at Home
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2 x 24 (48) Whiskas Adult Pouches for £10 at Pets at Home

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Found 3rd Mar 2011
Whiskas Adult Pouch Traditional Gravy Selection Cat Food is a delicious cat food.

gently prepared to lock in nutrients and foil packed to maintain freshness for a succulent moist meal every time.

Each selection pack contains:

6 x Poultry;
6 x Duck;
6 x Chicken;
6 x Turkey.

Made with a minimum of 4% real meat, your cat will love the taste so much it will keep coming back for more.

Market Produce, Fishermans Choice, Poultry or Traditional Gravy also available at this price.

Basically, 2 x 24 adult 100g pouches for £10.00 Saves £3.98 and works out to be about 21p a pouch.

In store at this price or free delivery over £29.00

6 Comments

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price is good though tbh if you dont care what your cats eat

someone else has posted a similar thread where it is actually cheaper, same deal. Will have a look and post the link
Sorry other deal is for felix, still good deal tho link
Edited by: "lkscoltand" 4th Mar 2011

Original Poster

It's still the biggest cat food brand out there, and this is about the best price for it.

I hadnt realised the low actual meat content before - the rest is meat and poultry derivatives (?).

@CSIMan - the reviews are for a different product and although I wouldn't expect much difference for this, it's not a valid comparison.

csi what cat food would you recommend. Our cat is very fussy. Mainly eats tuna chunks. Won't even eat tuna flakes. When he gets bored of that its occasionally raw meat.

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csi what cat food would you recommend. Our cat is very fussy. Mainly eats … csi what cat food would you recommend. Our cat is very fussy. Mainly eats tuna chunks. Won't even eat tuna flakes. When he gets bored of that its occasionally raw meat.


almo nature - wet food (zooplus.co.uk) - 40% meat content (not by-product)

royal canin - dry food (petsupermarket.co.uk)

whiskas, felix, Iams etc are mainly corn which has zero nutritional benefit for cats and is an allergen for many!

Edited by: "csiman" 5th Mar 2011
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