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Valid For One Free Pack Of Purina® Felix Kitten Food (12 X 100g).
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The Consumer: This Voucher Is Valid For One Free Pack Of Any Variety Of Purina® Kitten Food (12 X
100g) Only. Valid For One Pack Of One Product Only. The Offer May Not Be Used In Conjunction With Any Other
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Chris-C26/11/2021 07:24

My kittens were very ill on Felix As Good As It look as the moment we …My kittens were very ill on Felix As Good As It look as the moment we moved them off of it they got better. Maybe a coincidence but when you go to the shops look around and see how much Felix is stacked high vs Whiskas.Waitrose appear to have stopped selling it at least temporarily too.

As someone who works in the pet food industry, the stocking of Whiskas is completely due to to supplier shortage and not because people are buying it more than Felix. It isn't coming through the warehouse doors to sell, Felix is. The Whiskas shortages have been going on longer than the Felix recipe change/rumours.

Also if any research was *actually* done on pet food, people would choose not to feed any brand like Whiskas, Felix, Go Cat etc. Why feed a carnivore 4% meat?

But this is an great thing to do to help our local animal shelters. Many shelters feed grocery level food so it would be amazing for us to redeem these and donate to our local animal shelters who are more than overrun now!
Edited by: "klorhy" 26th Nov 2021
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Great find. Shame my super picky cat won't even sniff Felix food. Will print and get a box regardless to put in Cats protection collection box.
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Amaan_Ali26/11/2021 02:29

What stores


Not specified on voucher. Used one yesterday in Asda, scanned barcode and it took £5 off.
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klorhy26/11/2021 07:55

As someone who works in the pet food industry, the stocking of Whiskas is …As someone who works in the pet food industry, the stocking of Whiskas is completely due to to supplier shortage and not because people are buying it more than Felix. It isn't coming through the warehouse doors to sell, Felix is. The Whiskas shortages have been going on longer than the Felix recipe change/rumours. Also if any research was *actually* done on pet food, people would choose not to feed any brand like Whiskas, Felix, Go Cat etc. Why feed a carnivore 4% meat?But this is an great thing to do to help our local animal shelters. Many shelters feed grocery level food so it would be amazing for us to redeem these and donate to our local animal shelters who are more than overrun now!


If you worked in the pet food industry, surely you’d know there’s far more than 4% meat and there is nothing wrong with any food on the UK market? Wet cat food is about 80% water, a bit like the animals they’d eat if they were in the wild. The 4% refers to the minimum amount of certain type that flavours the food eg min 4% chicken for a tin labelled chicken flavour.

Certain dry food brands capitalise on this and advertise their kibble as 50-80% meat. This is because there is hardly any water content and as such why you feed them far less amounts.

I think a vet once told me that the best cat food is one the cat will eat happily and one you can afford. All pet food is regulated to a certain level of standards, there is no need to guilt trip others for having “grocery level food” or suggest you are a better more caring owner by only giving “premium” brands. There is a huge amount of money involved in branding/advertising/marketing etc because there is such a large amount of competition. I think if there was a “best” cat food, the market range would be far smaller. Some bags of cat food can be around £50 for 5kg full of wonderful health claims and quality, premium ingredients but if the cat won’t eat it….

It certainly is a great idea to use this and donate though.
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    Thankyou
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    Great thanks, heat added
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    What stores
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    Can you scan it from the picture to save printing it off ?
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    Jimmy_Ban26/11/2021 04:01

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    Please whats the nonsense doing on here, not a single story I could find
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    Amaan_Ali26/11/2021 02:29

    What stores


    Not specified on voucher. Used one yesterday in Asda, scanned barcode and it took £5 off.
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    Great find. Shame my super picky cat won't even sniff Felix food. Will print and get a box regardless to put in Cats protection collection box.
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    Will be nice for my friends kittens
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    My kittens were very ill on Felix As Good As It look as the moment we moved them off of it they got better. Maybe a coincidence but when you go to the shops look around and see how much Felix is stacked high vs Whiskas.

    Waitrose appear to have stopped selling it at least temporarily too.
    Dj_Yoda26/11/2021 06:19

    Please whats the nonsense doing on here, not a single story I could find

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    Chris-C26/11/2021 07:24

    My kittens were very ill on Felix As Good As It look as the moment we …My kittens were very ill on Felix As Good As It look as the moment we moved them off of it they got better. Maybe a coincidence but when you go to the shops look around and see how much Felix is stacked high vs Whiskas.Waitrose appear to have stopped selling it at least temporarily too.

    As someone who works in the pet food industry, the stocking of Whiskas is completely due to to supplier shortage and not because people are buying it more than Felix. It isn't coming through the warehouse doors to sell, Felix is. The Whiskas shortages have been going on longer than the Felix recipe change/rumours.

    Also if any research was *actually* done on pet food, people would choose not to feed any brand like Whiskas, Felix, Go Cat etc. Why feed a carnivore 4% meat?

    But this is an great thing to do to help our local animal shelters. Many shelters feed grocery level food so it would be amazing for us to redeem these and donate to our local animal shelters who are more than overrun now!
    Edited by: "klorhy" 26th Nov 2021
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    Chris-C26/11/2021 07:24

    My kittens were very ill on Felix As Good As It look as the moment we …My kittens were very ill on Felix As Good As It look as the moment we moved them off of it they got better. Maybe a coincidence but when you go to the shops look around and see how much Felix is stacked high vs Whiskas.Waitrose appear to have stopped selling it at least temporarily too.


    What is the quantity in a store supposed to prove? Waitrose have 27 varieties online and still available. Yesterday my local were still selling them.
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    Dj_Yoda26/11/2021 06:19

    Please whats the nonsense doing on here, not a single story I could find


    Whilst I doubt there is a particular problem with Felix, if you could not find a single story, then you used your search engine incorrectly or didn't check the Facebook page in the photo. Having said that, I read ten pet owners comments at random and at best they had nothing more than anecdotal evidence which was based on the assumption that their cats were ill, and they were feeding them Felix, therefore it must be Felix that caused the issue. Some people are dumber than their pets.
    Edited by: "jdbigguy" 26th Nov 2021
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    Jimmy_Ban26/11/2021 08:05

    https://www.catchat.org/felineforum/viewtopic.php?t=8014&start=30https://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/the_litter_tray/4300377-WARNING-Felix-Purina-Cat-foodhttps://www.thedibb.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?t=1199210https://www.petforums.co.uk/threads/problems-with-felix-and-purina-one.540451/You clearly did your research. Far too many articles and reports for it to be "nonsense".


    Ah yes I see mums net and catchat user forums, I stand corrected
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    jdbigguy26/11/2021 08:33

    Whilst I doubt there is a particular problem with Felix, if you could not …Whilst I doubt there is a particular problem with Felix, if you could not find a single story, then you used your search engine incorrectly or didn't check the Facebook page in the photo. Having said that, I read ten pet owners comments at random and at best they had nothing more than anecdotal evidence which was based on the assumption that their cats were ill, and they were feeding them Felix, therefore it must be Felix that caused the issue. Some people are dumber than there pets.


    Are people actually referencing user comments on Facebook and other places as evidence Jesus the earth's flat too did you know!, I used my search engine exactly how I should have, I looked for credible sources (respected news outlets and scientific study's who sighted evidence)
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    Jimmy_Ban26/11/2021 04:01

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    There is no evidence that thousands of people have lost their cats due to poisoning caused by Purina. No such claims are made by the Facebook group. Please provide proof of your claims if you have any.
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    jdbigguy26/11/2021 08:41

    There is no evidence that thousands of people have lost their cats due to …There is no evidence that thousands of people have lost their cats due to poisoning caused by Purina. No such claims are made by the Facebook group. Please provide proof of your claims if you have any.


    I never claimed to be an expert, I'm merely highlighting concerns that clearly aren't unfounded based on the number of people reporting the same issue.

    We took our cats off Felix and onto Sheba and the change in them has been incredible. No more malting, more active, more playful, no more sloppy poo, no more sickness. Happy with the decision we made and as I said, If it helps 1 family out there then I have done the right thing raising my concern.

    I genuinely dont care if you want to believe me or not, thats your call to make. If 1000 people see my comments and 1 of that 1000 decides to take action and it helps their cat then that is a job well done in my eyes. If your cats are as precious to you as mine are to me and my family then I would implore you to err on the side of caution.
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    Dj_Yoda26/11/2021 08:40

    Are people actually referencing user comments on Facebook and other places …Are people actually referencing user comments on Facebook and other places as evidence Jesus the earth's flat too did you know!, I used my search engine exactly how I should have, I looked for credible sources (respected news outlets and scientific study's who sighted evidence)


    Well, of course many of them are. It's a time-honoured tradition to make assumptions based on the thinnest of evidence and then broadcast them as facts. One of my friend's cat has enjoyed eating chicken for years, but can't now without throwing it back up a few minutes later. The vet doesn't know why, and so far no one is blaming the farmers or their hens, but my friend has stopped giving his cat chicken.
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    Jimmy_Ban26/11/2021 09:02

    I never claimed to be an expert, I'm merely highlighting concerns that …I never claimed to be an expert, I'm merely highlighting concerns that clearly aren't unfounded based on the number of people reporting the same issue.We took our cats off Felix and onto Sheba and the change in them has been incredible. No more malting, more active, more playful, no more sloppy poo, no more sickness. Happy with the decision we made and as I said, If it helps 1 family out there then I have done the right thing raising my concern.I genuinely dont care if you want to believe me or not, thats your call to make. If 1000 people see my comments and 1 of that 1000 decides to take action and it helps their cat then that is a job well done in my eyes. If your cats are as precious to you as mine are to me and my family then I would implore you to err on the side of caution.


    You claimed thousands of people have lost their cats. If you have not simply made that up, then tell us all where you got that information?
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    jdbigguy26/11/2021 09:14

    Well, of course many of them are. It's a time-honoured tradition to make …Well, of course many of them are. It's a time-honoured tradition to make assumptions based on the thinnest of evidence and then broadcast them as facts. One of my friend's cat has enjoyed eating chicken for years, but can't now without throwing it back up a few minutes later. The vet doesn't know why, and so far no one is blaming the farmers or their hens, but my friend has stopped giving his cat chicken.


    It's here run!!!..... Chlorinated Chicken!!!
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    thanks. i get free food for the neighbour's cat so will get some
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    Nice one!
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    Not sure I would use this based on the comments.
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    If I print 2 or 3 off and use them different days will it still work?
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    karenrobertson6826/11/2021 10:13

    If I print 2 or 3 off and use them different days will it still work?


    Likely so as the barcode is generic. Maybe just try in different shops?
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    MaryH202126/11/2021 10:11

    Not sure I would use this based on the comments.


    It's one person.

    Try not to get sucked in

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    klorhy26/11/2021 07:55

    As someone who works in the pet food industry, the stocking of Whiskas is …As someone who works in the pet food industry, the stocking of Whiskas is completely due to to supplier shortage and not because people are buying it more than Felix. It isn't coming through the warehouse doors to sell, Felix is. The Whiskas shortages have been going on longer than the Felix recipe change/rumours. Also if any research was *actually* done on pet food, people would choose not to feed any brand like Whiskas, Felix, Go Cat etc. Why feed a carnivore 4% meat?But this is an great thing to do to help our local animal shelters. Many shelters feed grocery level food so it would be amazing for us to redeem these and donate to our local animal shelters who are more than overrun now!


    If you worked in the pet food industry, surely you’d know there’s far more than 4% meat and there is nothing wrong with any food on the UK market? Wet cat food is about 80% water, a bit like the animals they’d eat if they were in the wild. The 4% refers to the minimum amount of certain type that flavours the food eg min 4% chicken for a tin labelled chicken flavour.

    Certain dry food brands capitalise on this and advertise their kibble as 50-80% meat. This is because there is hardly any water content and as such why you feed them far less amounts.

    I think a vet once told me that the best cat food is one the cat will eat happily and one you can afford. All pet food is regulated to a certain level of standards, there is no need to guilt trip others for having “grocery level food” or suggest you are a better more caring owner by only giving “premium” brands. There is a huge amount of money involved in branding/advertising/marketing etc because there is such a large amount of competition. I think if there was a “best” cat food, the market range would be far smaller. Some bags of cat food can be around £50 for 5kg full of wonderful health claims and quality, premium ingredients but if the cat won’t eat it….

    It certainly is a great idea to use this and donate though.
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    Does this work at self checkout?
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    itchyone26/11/2021 10:19

    It's one person.Try not to get sucked in


    Exactly that, you can't tell how the cats are treated by other people. So many neglected pets. Also you'd have heard from pet stores/vets. I know petsathome tell you about recalled items etc.
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    forcedv26/11/2021 10:21

    Does this work at self checkout?


    it should do they scan the same as the cashiers, just depends if the supermarket accept the offer i'd expect
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    On a side note, I recall a few years back everyone was slating Purina because lots of people were finding little blue plastic pellets in their food. Picking up a box and donating it to a shelter seems like a good idea regardless.
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    Rhys090826/11/2021 10:34

    On a side note, I recall a few years back everyone was slating Purina …On a side note, I recall a few years back everyone was slating Purina because lots of people were finding little blue plastic pellets in their food. Picking up a box and donating it to a shelter seems like a good idea regardless.


    Only ever seems to be on Facebook though so..
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    As a side note, anyone on an extreme budget can get the equivalent IAMS dry food for kittens for half the price, just as much nutrition but be prepared to evacuate the house whenever they go to the litter box.
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    Dj_Yoda26/11/2021 06:19

    Please whats the nonsense doing on here, not a single story I could find


    1 of our 4 cats was very lethargic after the packaging/recipe changed on felix. The other three not noticeably so. But after switching to whiskas (and donating the 160+ pouches of felix I still had), all 4 cats were more active and had shiny soft coats again within a couple weeks. Sure, maybe it’s just coincidence, but sure is a helluva lot of folk having this same coincidence. It wouldn’t be recalled or “news” unless it actually harmed cats or fell below standards but it doesn’t stop it now being an inferior product that doesn’t give cats enough nutrition to prosper imho.
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    I just tried to use the voucher in Tesco but it wasn't recognised so I had to pay (mad).
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    JoPetherick26/11/2021 11:53

    I just tried to use the voucher in Tesco but it wasn't recognised so I had …I just tried to use the voucher in Tesco but it wasn't recognised so I had to pay (mad).


    I didn't pay for it but it's not working at all. There must be unique barcode?
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    klorhy26/11/2021 07:55

    As someone who works in the pet food industry, the stocking of Whiskas is …As someone who works in the pet food industry, the stocking of Whiskas is completely due to to supplier shortage and not because people are buying it more than Felix. It isn't coming through the warehouse doors to sell, Felix is. The Whiskas shortages have been going on longer than the Felix recipe change/rumours. Also if any research was *actually* done on pet food, people would choose not to feed any brand like Whiskas, Felix, Go Cat etc. Why feed a carnivore 4% meat?But this is an great thing to do to help our local animal shelters. Many shelters feed grocery level food so it would be amazing for us to redeem these and donate to our local animal shelters who are more than overrun now!


    What do you feed yours?
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    @sisqoboy where did you get the voucher from cos Asda are saying it's invalid and wouldn't let me use it. I was mortified! Massive queue behind me too lol.
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    gringohero26/11/2021 11:49

    1 of our 4 cats was very lethargic after the packaging/recipe changed on …1 of our 4 cats was very lethargic after the packaging/recipe changed on felix. The other three not noticeably so. But after switching to whiskas (and donating the 160+ pouches of felix I still had), all 4 cats were more active and had shiny soft coats again within a couple weeks. Sure, maybe it’s just coincidence, but sure is a helluva lot of folk having this same coincidence. It wouldn’t be recalled or “news” unless it actually harmed cats or fell below standards but it doesn’t stop it now being an inferior product that doesn’t give cats enough nutrition to prosper imho.


    Could've been just picky eaters. My cat won't eat whiskas or other brands other than Felix mixed selection in jelly.
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