Felix catfood - 44 mixed pouches - best ever price - £9 from amazon
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Felix catfood - 44 mixed pouches - best ever price - £9 from amazon

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good deal

8.55 with Amazon Subscribe, just cancel after ordering :-)

Thanks!

This beats Costco if it is for the As Good As It Looks stuff. Although they are still taking off the previous discount on that one despite the passport ending.

Great price I'm ordering now

Plus postage, not quite as hot as I thought.

Warm voted

you need to add postage makes it not such a good deal even if you added something for £1 to get free delivery thats just then average price


£8.55 with Amazon Subscribe, just cancel after ordering :-)



Appears to be NO postage charges if you subscribe

£10 at tesco, only worth it if you subscribe and cancel

If you're getting your cat Felix there is something wrong with you

ameenamahetar

If you're getting your cat Felix there is something wrong with you



Please elaborate
Are you sure there is nothing wrong with you?

Congratulations! You're saving 15% on your December delivery so now £7.65 with subscribe & save and my extra 15% off
thanks as i was looking for something else so i could hit the target.:D

Fussy cat doesn't like fish but I do get a meat one on subscribe and save

twoweedogs

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48 simply grilled for £10 if your kitty prefers whiskas

twoweedogs

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4% meat, that's why.

Makro doing same one £6.49 + vat until 18th dec which makes it £7.79 total

twoweedogs

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Not that I agree there is "something wrong with you" if you feed xxx brand of food (that seems just a little bit harsh!), but if you are interested in feeding something better than the bog-standard supermarket foods (with their tiny meat content), take a look at this thread in Pet Forums - A-Z of wet food for cats.

Edited by: "mac_d" 8th Dec 2013

£7.76 from costco.borrow a card

mac_d

Not that I agree there is "something wrong with you" if you feed xxx … Not that I agree there is "something wrong with you" if you feed xxx brand of food (that seems just a little bit harsh!), but if you are interested in feeding something better than the bog-standard supermarket foods (with their tiny meat content), take a look at this thread in Pet Forums - A-Z of wet food for cats.



interesting and informative thread - would've been a great footnote for ameenamahetar's statement

Sorry if my comment is harsh but if you're feeding your cat Felix/Whiskas or any of the generic brands from Supermarkets, then you've not educated yourself properly on a feline's dietary needs. Most of the meat that is used in these products is scrap, worse than the stuff they use in donner at your local takeaway. It has no nutritional content whatsoever. It is jam packed with cereals (which most cats are actually not able to digest) and injected with vitamins etc to give it the nutritional quality needed for the companies to sell it as cat food.

I don't recommend any types of food, what I will say is research it yourself! Most cats like different types of food and what I feed my cat is not necessarily what other cats will eat. What I will say is there are brands such as Applaws etc which are infinitely better for your cat and have a lot more meat content and no cereals which your cat will enjoy more!

And I didn't mean to offend anyone. So I'm sorry if its taken that way but people feeding their animals this type of food really infuriates me. I have seen cats with many problems from eating these products from UTI's to kidney shutdowns. If you own a pet you have a responsibility to that animal as much as you have one to your children :).

ameenamahetar

And I didn't mean to offend anyone. So I'm sorry if its taken that way … And I didn't mean to offend anyone. So I'm sorry if its taken that way but people feeding their animals this type of food really infuriates me. I have seen cats with many problems from eating these products from UTI's to kidney shutdowns. If you own a pet you have a responsibility to that animal as much as you have one to your children :).


I'm sorry but......not really saying sorry then. I'm thankful people even feed their animals something. If that's all they can afford than that is the best for their cat. That opens another side to the argument but its not fair you criticising people like that openly. My mum's cat lived for 21 years on whiskas and passed comfortably in her sleep. Diet is just one factor in a cats life. My other cat was on standard wet food all her life but was prone to cystitis. Another cat fed at the same time with the same food has never had any UTIs. Cats with kidney problems may be suggested to have specialist foods that have lower protein and to make up energy requirements good carbs such as rice. It really is luck of the draw with animals and you're opinion is welcome and as someoe pointed out could've been more useful but your elitist attitude isn't. There is no best food otherwise everyone would buy it and obviously some foods are better than others but the best is one your cat will eat and one you can afford.

As a side note people who think the more expensive foods are too expensive, look at the daily cost of the bag. It tends to be the same or even cheaper than a standard tin of cat food.

Thanks for this

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simate

4% meat, that's why.



4% meat doesn't tell you the whole story - they are IN GRAVY which means they are WET food - and from my understanding water has no calorific content - if you read the calorific content properly the calorific content is made up of 34% protein 44% fat and 22% carbs

As far as my cats go this is the only stuff they'll eat - they even turn their nose up at the AGAIL stuff

mr2000

4% meat doesn't tell you the whole story - they are IN GRAVY which means … 4% meat doesn't tell you the whole story - they are IN GRAVY which means they are WET food - and from my understanding water has no calorific content - if you read the calorific content properly the calorific content is made up of 34% protein 44% fat and 22% carbs



Yeah 4% meat doesn't tell the whole story mr2000, they add all sorts of rubbish that they can use towards protein totals...... what exactly do you think "Meat and Animal Derivatives" consists of?!?

You get protein from a McDonalds burger, hot dogs etc, but you wouldn't want your diet to consist of that every day, would you? So why would you feet it to your cat?

mr2000

4% meat doesn't tell you the whole story - they are IN GRAVY which means … 4% meat doesn't tell you the whole story - they are IN GRAVY which means they are WET food - and from my understanding water has no calorific content - if you read the calorific content properly the calorific content is made up of 34% protein 44% fat and 22% carbsAs far as my cats go this is the only stuff they'll eat - they even turn their nose up at the AGAIL stuff



You need to do some research before you post waffle.
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