Felix Mixed Selection Cat Food - 80 Pack - £14.68 S&S @ Amazon (18p per pack!)
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Felix Mixed Selection Cat Food - 80 Pack - £14.68 S&S @ Amazon (18p per pack!)

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Found 26th Feb 2016
Amazon currently have Felix cat food on offer today, averaging approximately 18-19p per pouch for the cheapest deals.

The mixed selection in jelly & gravy 80 pack is currently £14.68 delivered using subscribe and save.

They also have a 120 pack available at £22.02 delivered using subscribe & save.

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Original Poster

Felix As Good As It Looks Adult Mixed Selection in Jelly (Pack of 80) is also available, for £17.62 delivered using subscribe and save: amazon.co.uk/gp/…_i2

Banned

Our 6 month kitten went straight to his bowl and ate everything. All flavours...
This is great value in the 88 packet box , at less than 30p a meal, the fancy marketed other brands need to look at their pricing.
Our cat is thriving on it.

dry food it better for you cat - feed them wet food from the start and they won't eat anything else - we have 3 cats one only eats dry , another eats tined and the last one will only eat this (the most expensive choice) as he is a rescue cat we except this but we starve him (only one pouch a day)to teach him for being expensive

matthat

dry food it better for you cat - feed them wet food from the start and … dry food it better for you cat - feed them wet food from the start and they won't eat anything else - we have 3 cats one only eats dry , another eats tined and the last one will only eat this (the most expensive choice) as he is a rescue cat we except this but we starve him (only one pouch a day)to teach him for being expensive



Please tell me you're joking

Cavity

Please tell me you're joking



I know! Dry food is better? and only feeding your cat 1 pouch (recommended 3-4 a day)!?

btw, Cheers OP ordered! As good as it looks seems to be out of stock

tommytbone1

I know! Dry food is better? and only feeding your cat 1 pouch … I know! Dry food is better? and only feeding your cat 1 pouch (recommended 3-4 a day)!?



Recommended 3-4 pouches/day if they ONLY eat wet food.

The idea of reducing their intake of wet food is to train them to eat dry food.

I've had my kitten since he was 4 months old. Started with 2-3 pouches/day, then reduced to 2/day. Now he's 9 months old and he eats equal amounts of wet food (2 pouches/day) and dry food.

I will keep reducing the amount to zero pouches/day so that he only eats dry food. He drinks water and milk too.
Edited by: "refaey" 26th Feb 2016

If you need some straight away or don't want as much, B&M do 44 packs for £8.99.

Dry food only isn't good for them; they get most of their water from food rather than drinking. Also milk should only be given as a treat - a bowl of water should always be available

Original Poster

tommytbone1

btw, Cheers OP ordered! As good as it looks seems to be out of stock



Definitely still in stock for the 80 pack of Tuna and Cod, Shrimp and Plaice, Chicken and Kidney, Duck and Lamb @ £14.68
amazon.co.uk/gp/…-21

Edited by: "theshabster" 26th Feb 2016

steviep43

If you need some straight away or don't want as much, B&M do 44 packs for … If you need some straight away or don't want as much, B&M do 44 packs for £8.99.Dry food only isn't good for them; they get most of their water from food rather than drinking. Also milk should only be given as a treat - a bowl of water should always be available



Thanks for the information Steve. I have done some research and according to this research, it looks like you are right about dry food ;-)

matthat

dry food it better for you cat - feed them wet food from the start and … dry food it better for you cat - feed them wet food from the start and they won't eat anything else - we have 3 cats one only eats dry , another eats tined and the last one will only eat this (the most expensive choice) as he is a rescue cat we except this but we starve him (only one pouch a day)to teach him for being expensive



Dry food is terrible for cats! Do your home work

Cheers OP grabbed the 120 pack same cost per kilo and will keep them going for a month.

theshabster

Felix As Good As It Looks Adult Mixed Selection in Jelly (Pack of 80) is … Felix As Good As It Looks Adult Mixed Selection in Jelly (Pack of 80) is also available, for £17.62 delivered using subscribe and save: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01A6KBFNE?redirect=true&ref_=s9_al_bw_g199_i2

OOS - You can get 44 mixed pouches of AGAIL from B&M and the freezer shops for £9.99


Edited by: "ally8971" 26th Feb 2016

Original Poster

ally8971

OOS - You can get 44 mixed pouches of AGAIL from B&M for £9.99


The 80 pack of Tuna and Cod, Shrimp and Plaice, Chicken and Kidney, Duck and Lamb there is still stock, as per the link in the OP:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…-21
Edited by: "theshabster" 26th Feb 2016

Given how common urinary tract infections are in cats, you'd think the manufacturers of the food would have far more offerings with gravy/sauce rather than jelly to ensure they got sufficient water intake.

Scorpion

Given how common urinary tract infections are in cats, you'd think the … Given how common urinary tract infections are in cats, you'd think the manufacturers of the food would have far more offerings with gravy/sauce rather than jelly to ensure they got sufficient water intake.


wouldn't it be better for the cat owners to provide a regular supply of water? its like saying many kids have rotten teeth so Coke should sell more sugar-free alternatives. the pet owner is in control of what the pet eats and drinks, with exception of what they find outside themselves.

refaey

Recommended 3-4 pouches/day if they ONLY eat wet food.The idea of … Recommended 3-4 pouches/day if they ONLY eat wet food.The idea of reducing their intake of wet food is to train them to eat dry food.I've had my kitten since he was 4 months old. Started with 2-3 pouches/day, then reduced to 2/day. Now he's 9 months old and he eats equal amounts of wet food (2 pouches/day) and dry food.I will keep reducing the amount to zero pouches/day so that he only eats dry food. He drinks water and milk too.



​I strongly disagree with everything you just said. It's not good for cats to regularly drink milk.

matthat

dry food it better for you cat - feed them wet food from the start and … dry food it better for you cat - feed them wet food from the start and they won't eat anything else - we have 3 cats one only eats dry , another eats tined and the last one will only eat this (the most expensive choice) as he is a rescue cat we except this but we starve him (only one pouch a day)to teach him for being expensive



I really hope you're joking, otherwise that cat would have been better off staying at the shelter

Can anyone see one that is just the meat and jelly pouches? My cat loves Felix but doesn't eat fish. Had a quick search but couldn't see one.

My cats won't eat the same brands all the time - you have to rotate between Felix, Whiskas, and Tiger. They're all "Nah, fed up of that now - fetch me something different, fool!"

s24adm

wouldn't it be better for the cat owners to provide a regular supply of … wouldn't it be better for the cat owners to provide a regular supply of water? its like saying many kids have rotten teeth so Coke should sell more sugar-free alternatives. the pet owner is in control of what the pet eats and drinks, with exception of what they find outside themselves.



Not really as in the wild a cat gets most of its moisture from its food rather than drinking lots of info here
cathealth.com/nut…ats

in my opinion a cat is best off having both, ours have dry in the morning and wet in the evening


Edited by: "Ruzzy" 26th Feb 2016

I know many cats that eat dry food only, with plenty of water and yet the cats are very healthy. Cats eventually understand that wet food isn't the only choice. You have to balance it. Feeding them to much wet food means they will have sticky dirty mouth, then they lick their bodies, making their bodies smell bad. With dry food, the crunchiness of the biscuits scrape their teeth, hence keeping their mouth clean. Plus they then drink a lot water. Dry food eating cats don't smell bad at all. I am saying all this because I have around 6 cats. I am not an expert, so please understand that I am speaking my opinion.

Dry food is actually better for cats, and occasionally some real meat. They are carnivores, just look at the meat content in wet food and dry food, and make an educated decision. Why do you think all the expensive science branded food your vet sells is always dry? Wet food is basically aspic, water and filler with a hint of meat.

Dry is good for keeping teeth clean and wet food provides additional water intake. Milk is not bad for a cat unless they are lactose intolerant or have health problems due to the protein levels. Most cats will want a change, humans are the same....we would get fedup with the same food each day.
It is down to individual owners what they feed their cat but teaching a cat to learn food is expensive is.....well I am a bit speechless!!
My cat was going to be euthanised by a locum vet as there was nothing more he could do and was getting old. I went against the advice, took him to a specialist vetinary hospital where age is not a barrier. He has a liver mass, stage 2 renal failure and a heart murmur. He eats a special diet and costs do not come into it, he also has normal food too to keep his appetite up and has a little milk on occasions. He will be 21 in 3 months time, still going well, plays, mad dashes through the house, lots of TLC and has a great quality of life.

We feed wet and dry so they get their moisture content and also dry in an attempt to keep the tartar down on their teeth.I would never feed dry on it's own as cats don't have a sense of thirst.You may see your cat drinking water,but it's not nearly enough intake to be healthy for them.You can't make them drink,so make sure that they get it in their food.
Edited by: "koppyking" 26th Feb 2016

Excellent deal. Thank you

The following link has Felix As Good As it Looks Cat food 88 for £19.49. I think if you spend over £29 you get free delivery.

zooplus.co.uk/sho…lix

matthat

dry food it better for you cat - feed them wet food from the start and … dry food it better for you cat - feed them wet food from the start and they won't eat anything else - we have 3 cats one only eats dry , another eats tined and the last one will only eat this (the most expensive choice) as he is a rescue cat we except this but we starve him (only one pouch a day)to teach him for being expensive



Is that you, George Osborne?

brilliant price, thanks for the post

theshabster

The 80 pack of Tuna and Cod, Shrimp and Plaice, Chicken and Kidney, Duck … The 80 pack of Tuna and Cod, Shrimp and Plaice, Chicken and Kidney, Duck and Lamb there is still stock, as per the link in the OP:http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01A6KBFUW/?tag=ho01f-21

I was referring to the link pasted in reply #1 about Felix as good as it looks(AGAIL) from Amazon. The 80 pack is out of stock. - UPDATE now says back In stock..


Edited by: "ally8971" 26th Feb 2016

You can't just say 'dry food is better'. It really depends on the quality of it! A lot of commercial brands bulk them up with wheat, some in huge amounts... which can have a devastating effects on cats. You'll end up paying more in medical bills as they get older and develop organ problems.

From my experience, my cat who ate A LOT of biscuits had a massive heart attack at around 8-9 years old. The other cat who's always been fussy about biscuits (eats probably a 9:1 ratio of it vs. wet) is 18 in a couple of months. Sure, she recently developed CRF, but that's the usual downfall for a cat around that age...


Edited by: "mamboboy" 26th Feb 2016

refaey

Thanks for the information Steve. I have done some research and according … Thanks for the information Steve. I have done some research and according to this research, it looks like you are right about dry food ;-)



The skeptic in me makes me want to take a pet food company study suggesting that wet food, which is more expensive, is better with a pinch of salt.

Also it was a study of only 6 cats which makes the whole thing pretty much junk anyway.

PROTIP - all cats are lactose intolerant but all are different. Some might have a bowlful and be fine and some might only sniff milk and have symptoms like loose stools. Cat milk is quite expensive, maybe £5 or so a litre. Alternative human lactose free milk is the same thing but is a fraction of the price and about £1.50 a litre. Plus you can use it too of course!

matthat

dry food it better for you cat - feed them wet food from the start and … dry food it better for you cat - feed them wet food from the start and they won't eat anything else - we have 3 cats one only eats dry , another eats tined and the last one will only eat this (the most expensive choice) as he is a rescue cat we except this but we starve him (only one pouch a day)to teach him for being expensive


He was probably better off back at the rescue place, by the sound of it...

Cavity

Please tell me you're joking


I'd do the same. These cats will mouth "I own you" once you give them everything they want.

yrreb88

PROTIP - all cats are lactose intolerant but all are different. Some … PROTIP - all cats are lactose intolerant but all are different. Some might have a bowlful and be fine and some might only sniff milk and have symptoms like loose stools. Cat milk is quite expensive, maybe £5 or so a litre. Alternative human lactose free milk is the same thing but is a fraction of the price and about £1.50 a litre. Plus you can use it too of course!


Goats' milk?

sanmarco5

Dry food is terrible for cats! Do your home work


Is that why, when my vet examined my cat and found tartar, she said dry food only?

pibpob

Goats' milk?



Only if it's lactose free goats milk but I've never seen that.

Warned by vet to cut out wet food completely, as contains a lot of sugar. Advised to use dry food to help with tartar problem, and sometimes fresh meat/fish. There is always plenty of water available. As a treat will give Felix wet food once a month.

On the advice of my vet I feed my 3 cats as follows - they share 1 pouch between them for breakfast and another for tea. There is a bowl of high quality dry food (Chudleys) available at all times along with a bowl of fresh water. (Never milk - the lactose gives them the squits) The reason for this regime is to reduce tartar on their teeth but also to encourage weight control.The vet said they were all fat! I don't give them 'treats' as in Dreamies etc as they are too blooming expensive - I cheat by buying Whiskas or similar dry food, put it in the treat tub and dish them out as 'sweeties' - they are none the wiser, they don't get the rubbish and I save quids! :-) None of them will eat Felix... :-(
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