2KG Whiskas Dental Protection Plus Dry Adult Cat Food with Chicken - £1.99 @ B&M - Minimum of £4 at big supermarkets
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2KG Whiskas Dental Protection Plus Dry Adult Cat Food with Chicken - £1.99 @ B&M - Minimum of £4 at big supermarkets

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Found 22nd Jul 2012
Was browsing in B&M and spotted this deal, thought it seemed extremely cheap as I am paying £4+ for Gocat or Whiskas in the supermarkets for the same size 2KG bags. I have to buy the branded stuff as the supermarket own brand makes my cat sick unfortunately.

I checked this morning on mysupermarket.co.uk and sure enough it is £4 a bag in Asda and £4.49 everywhere else!

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Banned

protects the teeth but destroys their general health

Original Poster

Unfortunately as a single father on a limited budget I don't have the dispoable income for Burns, Royal Canin or indeed freshly caught organic wild chicken. The cat was one that I rescued from being put down so as far as I'm concerned as long as it's fed and watered it's done well.

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ses6jwg

Unfortunately as a single father on a limited budget I don't have the … Unfortunately as a single father on a limited budget I don't have the dispoable income for Burns, Royal Canin or indeed freshly caught organic wild chicken. The cat was one that I rescued from being put down so as far as I'm concerned as long as it's fed and watered it's done well.


in your circumstances, fair play to you. Just that a lot of people buy this thinking its actually a good product for a cats health when it couldnt be further from the truth.

It's a bit of a balancing act really. I have two rescue cats; one prefers wet food and the other prefers dry food. Both are extremely healthy and have good coats and teeth. The one which prefers wet food has some tartar build up on her teeth but she is 4 years older than the other one.

I noticed that cats get addicted to Whiskas (both wet and dry), that's why "cats prefer Whiskas". It's like their daily dose of coke.

Original Poster

My parents have a cat that is 16 years old and has almost exclusively been fed on cheap whiskas wet and dry food since they had it, it has never had any health issues.
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