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Amazon Brand 24 pouches of cat food £5.99 @ Amazon (+£4.49 non-prime)
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Amazon Brand 24 pouches of cat food £5.99 @ Amazon (+£4.49 non-prime)

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Posted 8th Apr

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24 pouches of car food in jelly or gravy
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"24 pouches of car food in jelly or gravy."

🔥 Cheaper than petrol 🔥

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"24 pouches of car food in jelly or gravy."

🔥 Cheaper than petrol 🔥

(sorry)
I can only see Gravy available on this link. My cats only like the Jelly
eFreezy08/04/2020 18:13

I can only see Gravy available on this link. My cats only like the Jelly


Jelly is available
Got 96 pouches in 3 different flavours for £8.28 each last year.
Cats wer'nt that keen!
Don't forget to keep cats indoors. Was on the news. Their fur can carry the virus and spread to others.
Forgot to add tried it on 3 cats and they finished it, admitally they would eat a scabby horse, hoofs and all!
Jelly option is on there as well
Edited by: "dragon825" 8th Apr
Iceland lasagne flavour?
Good price, though the reviews put me off. My cat is a fussy sod at the best of times, and this sounds like it's got quite the rejection rate.
The_Guru08/04/2020 18:25

Don't forget to keep cats indoors. Was on the news. Their fur can carry …Don't forget to keep cats indoors. Was on the news. Their fur can carry the virus and spread to others.


ONLY if someone in your household has symptoms.
Got the gravy ones for my cat as he's a bit fussy and only likes lidl ones rather than posher brands but they were sold out. These seem to be being accepted
Bought this previously my cats turned their noses up. Not convinced either at the quality but not a cat food expert.so dont know for sure!
losimagic08/04/2020 21:05

ONLY if someone in your household has symptoms.


Eh. What if the cats out and about and gets the virus from somebody else, then brings it into your home??
coolhandan10/04/2020 10:25

Eh. What if the cats out and about and gets the virus from somebody else, …Eh. What if the cats out and about and gets the virus from somebody else, then brings it into your home??


You wash your hands after touching your cat, as you should be doing already.

From the BVA themselves - bva.co.uk/new…19/

"The article suggested that veterinary advice was to keep all cats indoors, but BVA has since explained that this advice is only in relation to cats in infected households or where people are self-isolating."
Edited by: "losimagic" 10th Apr
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