Felix As Good As It Looks Cat Food - 120 Pouches £24.99 - £23.74 (SS) @ Amazon
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Felix As Good As It Looks Cat Food - 120 Pouches £24.99 - £23.74 (SS) @ Amazon

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Found 26th Dec 2016
Felix As Good As It Looks Wet Cat Food Adult Pouches for £24.99 but £23.74 when you subscribe & save (of course you can cancel straight away). Free super saver delivery. This is regularly over £30 so worth stocking up! Works out at just under 20p a pouch which is cheap for a good quality cat food.

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Very good price. We already S&S on this and IAMS senior dried food for our two.

thanks, ordered.

thanks, just ordered.

Great price, but already posted
here

Original Poster

Daywalker04

Great price, but already posted here


That was a month ago and it's been back at £30 for the last 3 weeks. This is cheapest it's ever been so stock up as it won't stay at this price!

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Edited by: "brompton11" 26th Dec 2016

This or the whiskers pouches? I'm not a cat owner but I'm building a box of supplies for a local rescue so help would be appreciated. Do cats know the difference?

Original Poster

This is much better quality than whiskers.

I recently bought a kitten and have been doing crazy research finding the best food for my kitten. Every pet forum I have come across mention whiskers and felix is the worst cat food to feed with only 4% meat?

I am currently feeding him petsathome own brand 'purely' which is working out rather expensive. Should I switch to low quality food like felix?

Showing as £32.73 or £27.82 with SS

bargains4us

I recently bought a kitten and have been doing crazy research finding the … I recently bought a kitten and have been doing crazy research finding the best food for my kitten. Every pet forum I have come across mention whiskers and felix is the worst cat food to feed with only 4% meat? I am currently feeding him petsathome own brand 'purely' which is working out rather expensive. Should I switch to low quality food like felix?


If you think Felix is 'low' quality compared to pets@home own brand then I can't tell you anything.

Asfaras

If you think Felix is 'low' quality compared to pets@home own brand then … If you think Felix is 'low' quality compared to pets@home own brand then I can't tell you anything.



Why can't you tell me anything? Felix = 4% meat vs Purely = 50% meat

bargains4us

I recently bought a kitten and have been doing crazy research finding the … I recently bought a kitten and have been doing crazy research finding the best food for my kitten. Every pet forum I have come across mention whiskers and felix is the worst cat food to feed with only 4% meat? I am currently feeding him petsathome own brand 'purely' which is working out rather expensive. Should I switch to low quality food like felix?



​My cats who are now about 4 years old have had Felix since they were kittens. Hasn't done them any harm. They are always desperate to eat it come feeding time.

Rusty82

​My cats who are now about 4 years old have had Felix since they were k … ​My cats who are now about 4 years old have had Felix since they were kittens. Hasn't done them any harm. They are always desperate to eat it come feeding time.



I spoke to a few friends and they are all feeding Felix and Whiskas without any problems. Really put off with Whiskas and Felix though after reading up about on pets forum. Will switch to Felix then and see how it goes.
Edited by: "bargains4us" 31st Dec 2016

bargains4us

I spoke to a few friends and they are all feeding Felix and Whiskas … I spoke to a few friends and they are all feeding Felix and Whiskas without any problems. Really put off with Whiskas and Felix though after reading up about on pets forum. Will switch to Felix then and see how it goes.



​Won't harm your kitten trying them anyway, it may be that they personally don't like it for whatever reason. Only advice we were given was to stay away from food in gravy as it gave them dodgy stomachs but I think that may have been specific advice for our kittens at the time.

The price for this one has now gone up.

I feed felix with cut up 100% chicken breast mixed in twice a day with James well beloved crunchies on offer all day. Their coats are shiny, teeth healthy and vet says for their age they are in remarkable health. Oldest is 14 and plays at least every other day for 1-2 hours like a kitten. Is it the cheapest meal with the chicken, no. But averages around £30 a week for 3 cats.

Cats require a 70% meat content, this is like feeding your kids mcdonalds 24/7
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