Felix As Good As It Looks cat food - £2.75 @ Asda
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Felix As Good As It Looks cat food - £2.75 @ Asda

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Found 16th Mar 2016
Usually pick this up in bulk when it's on offer as it's all my cat (Howard) will eat. Normally see it on 3 for £10 and whilst it's been cheaper (4 for £10) this is currently the best price I can see for the AGAIL variety.

Price is applicable to the boxes of 12 sachets.

Includes Double Delicious too.
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good deal, thank you for posting! this is all my cats will eat too. just for info for future it's always on for 3 for £9 at b&m which isn't as good as this but may help you out in future as bit better than the usual 3 for £10! heated
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Great find.

Shame with have no Asda near us otherwise I would be stocking right up!
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YouDontWantToKnow

Great find.Shame with have no Asda near us otherwise I would be stocking … Great find.Shame with have no Asda near us otherwise I would be stocking right up!


Wow, no Asda at all? You must be really rural?

Can they not deliver?
Do you have a Farmfoods near you? They have the same cat food for £9.95 for 44 sachets. Our 2 cats love it.
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annec4

Do you have a Farmfoods near you? They have the same cat food for £9.95 … Do you have a Farmfoods near you? They have the same cat food for £9.95 for 44 sachets. Our 2 cats love it.


We've had them before as we get them from Costco but 11 of the same flavour and he starts to turn his nose at them. It's a little more expensive but we get the individual smaller boxes on offer as he gets a variety of them then.

He's mad for the Felix vegetable selection (chicken & tomato, beef & carrots, trout & green beans and salmon & courgette).
Great price. My fussy little git "Ninja" loves these. He laps them up rather than sniffs and walks away like most brands. We rotate the sachets until he decides (regardless of flavour) to turn his nose up and just licks the jelly off. Biscuits for a few days and suddenly it's got a Michelin star rating
HEAT! I was just running out when I seen these in Asda this morning. Bought 8 boxes and I will be back for more soon. The only food my cats will eat. Usually buy the large 44 pack from B&M but also some small boxes of other flavours for variety.
You can get 88 packets for £24 delivered from amazon.
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CRUISEER

You can get 88 packets for £24 delivered from amazon.


£2 more expensive than this deal, loads of the same flavours and not much variety for the kitty.

OK option for those who love rurally though
CRUISEER

You can get 88 packets for £24 delivered from amazon.


that works out at £24 for 7.3 boxes.... or £3.29 per box. 7 boxes from Asda at this price is £19.25
BattleCat

Great price. My fussy little git "Ninja" loves these. He laps them up … Great price. My fussy little git "Ninja" loves these. He laps them up rather than sniffs and walks away like most brands. We rotate the sachets until he decides (regardless of flavour) to turn his nose up and just licks the jelly off. Biscuits for a few days and suddenly it's got a Michelin star rating



Ha ha!
annec4

Do you have a Farmfoods near you? They have the same cat food for £9.95 … Do you have a Farmfoods near you? They have the same cat food for £9.95 for 44 sachets. Our 2 cats love it.


The problem with farmfoods is they only have the mixed selection with fish and my cat won't touch anything with fish in to get just meat £2.75 is a bargain. Anyone near an Iceland they sell boxes Felix meat in gravy (green box) for £2.50
Thanks for the heads up OP
Bought six of each I could get for £148.50 and added £2 for delivery. 54 packs at 50p saving each is not bad.

Decided on delivery just so I would not have to carry them myself as it would be too much :effort: and the fact that the bus ticket price would be double that and it would take at least four round trips. :P
Home bargain have them as well
McDonald's for cats. Full of sugar etc. better with Iam's as its at least named meat
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drex

McDonald's for cats. Full of sugar etc. better with Iam's as its at least … McDonald's for cats. Full of sugar etc. better with Iam's as its at least named meat


Iams are involved in animal testing, so those slags won't get penny one from me

Edited by: "faipdeooiad11" 17th Mar 2016
BattleCat

Great price. My fussy little git "Ninja" loves these. He laps them up … Great price. My fussy little git "Ninja" loves these. He laps them up rather than sniffs and walks away like most brands. We rotate the sachets until he decides (regardless of flavour) to turn his nose up and just licks the jelly off. Biscuits for a few days and suddenly it's got a Michelin star rating


Mine do that, too - I'm constantly rotating between Tiger pate which they like the fish of one week, poultry later, and Felix and Whiskas. They're crazy mad on the new Whiskas dry with the flavour pillows or whatever they are. In Home Bargains there's also this dry cat food for about 49p and I put it in a Dreamies treat pack and they eat it like it's just as good. Dreamies treats are a complete con - but somebody around here thinks the cats love them more if they can give them a likkuww tweeeet.
I bought x12 boxes and got £8 cash back via Quidco, result !
ottosump288

I bought x12 boxes and got £8 cash back via Quidco, result !


I bought some in store last night but the shelves were a bit bare. I've just ordered another 15 boxes for delivery tomorrow evening via TopCashback. £1 delivery & £8.08 cashback = £2.35/box.
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