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James Wellbeloved Complete Adult Cat Food With Turkey 10kg - £38.37 delivered (with code) @ Fetch
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James Wellbeloved Complete Adult Cat Food With Turkey 10kg - £38.37 delivered (with code) @ Fetch

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Posted 4th Jan

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A complete dry food for adult cats with the bonus that it is hypo-allergenic. With selected protein source (turkey) it is a dietetic food, excellent for the reduction of ingredient and nutrient intolerances.

It is specifically formulated to be gentle on your cat's digestion; excluding many of the ingredients which are known to commonly cause allergies including wheat, gluten and dairy products.

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At this price, you might as well just feed them actual turkey.
No such thing as a complete dry cat food, a cat is an obligate carnivore that gets virtually all it's liquids from it's food. Feed a cat kibble and you putting it in to permanent dehydration, even kitekat is better than this stuff. Kibble is for dogs, not cats.
The_Name_With_No_Man04/01/2020 23:31

At this price, you might as well just feed them actual turkey.


As long as it includes the whole animal you couldn't get better, just make to sure you grind it all down and add liver, kidneys, heart etc.
Azwipe04/01/2020 23:37

No such thing as a complete dry cat food, a cat is an obligate carnivore …No such thing as a complete dry cat food, a cat is an obligate carnivore that gets virtually all it's liquids from it's food. Feed a cat kibble and you putting it in to permanent dehydration, even kitekat is better than this stuff. Kibble is for dogs, not cats.


What would you recommend? My cat has a combination of James Wellbeloved Dry kitten food as well as wet food. When I’ve looked online this make usually gets great reviews. Voted hot as £3.84 a kg for this is cheap
Good price for this, as it's a high quality hypoallergenic food. Have had a number of vets recommend it for different health reasons, none of whom sold it, so nothing to gain financially from their recommendations. I feed to my own and my foster animals alongside wet food
justonemore04/01/2020 23:43

What would you recommend? My cat has a combination of James Wellbeloved …What would you recommend? My cat has a combination of James Wellbeloved Dry kitten food as well as wet food. When I’ve looked online this make usually gets great reviews. Voted hot as £3.84 a kg for this is cheap


You want to give your cat as near to a complete prey diet as possible. Cats should not be eating grains or carbs. If you really want to do the best for your cats (and it's cheaper) look in to raw. I used to do this when we had cats, i'd get a couple of whole chickens, some lambs liver and kidney and some ox heart, put it all though a mincer and freeze it in small containers. Alternatively you can now buy ready made raw feeds, if that is too much or you don't like the idea of raw meat just find the best wet food you can get with high protein and low carbs. It's carbs that make cats fat as it's so unnatural it just doesn't fill them up. Th problem is the animal feed industry sponsors the vetinary industry so they are more than happy to recommend junk. Sick dogs and cats = lots of ££££'s for the vets.
Edited by: "Azwipe" 4th Jan
Azwipe04/01/2020 23:56

You want to give your cat as near to a complete prey diet as possible. …You want to give your cat as near to a complete prey diet as possible. Cats should not be eating grains or carbs. If you really want to do the best for your cats (and it's cheaper) look in to raw. I used to do this when we had cats, i'd get a couple of whole chickens, some lambs liver and kidney and some ox heart, put it all though a mincer and freeze it in small containers. Alternatively you can now buy ready made raw feeds, if that is too much or you don't like the idea of raw meat just find the best wet food you can get with high protein and low carbs. It's carbs that make cats fat as it's so unnatural it just doesn't fill them up. Th problem is the animal feed industry sponsors the vetinary industry so they are more than happy to recommend junk. Sick dogs and cats = lots of ££££'s for the vets.


My dad who has working dogs feeds his a complete raw diet. Will definitely look in to this for my cat. What would you recommend as the best wet cat food?
Look at the ingredients, i've highlighted the ones that are not part of a cats natural diet. It's at least 50%

Turkey meal (27.5%), brown rice, turkey fat, white rice, maize gluten, potato protein, turkey gravy, tomato pomace (2.5%), dried meat-free stock, potassium chloride, chicory pulp, chicory extract (0.25%), omega oil supplement*, calcium carbonate, carrot, sodium chloride, cranberry extract (0.05%), yucca extract (0.02%), rosemary extract
justonemore04/01/2020 23:58

My dad who has working dogs feeds his a complete raw diet. Will definitely …My dad who has working dogs feeds his a complete raw diet. Will definitely look in to this for my cat. What would you recommend as the best wet cat food?


I'd like to know too. Ours is so fussy,have tried numerous brands, but she often refuses to eat. Currently use Amazon's own brand wet food but looking for something better... They only one she's ever eaten and fully enjoyed was Whiskas in creamy sauce ones (I know they arent great content) but they have discontinued it, hence moving over to the Amazon one for now
justonemore04/01/2020 23:58

My dad who has working dogs feeds his a complete raw diet. Will definitely …My dad who has working dogs feeds his a complete raw diet. Will definitely look in to this for my cat. What would you recommend as the best wet cat food?


I'm not sure as i only fed raw but generally the worst wet is better than the best dry. At least your cat won't be dehydrated.
This is my cat's go to food. Keeps his coat super shiny, plus he's never put on weight. He gets a bit of wet food daily too. The problem with the cheaper wet food is the low meat content - less then 5% sometimes. The rest isn't made up of stuff naturally found in a cat's diet.
Surely if there’s fresh water available it shouldn’t be a problem. Our cat has this and a small portion of wet food every day. He has a dodgy stomach and this works for him.
One of my cats died due to being fed on dried food. Caused problems with his kidneys, he died when the vets tried to relieve his bladder. The toxins went straight to his heart and caused cardiac arrest. Was only 2 years old, he always had water down etc.. Sadly it is a common problem with cats. Avoid dried food if you love your cats!
.MUFC.05/01/2020 09:54

One of my cats died due to being fed on dried food. Caused problems with …One of my cats died due to being fed on dried food. Caused problems with his kidneys, he died when the vets tried to relieve his bladder. The toxins went straight to his heart and caused cardiac arrest. Was only 2 years old, he always had water down etc.. Sadly it is a common problem with cats. Avoid dried food if you love your cats!


Ive fed my girls on primarily dry (90:10 dry to wet) for 6 years and they're both healthy. The key is to buy a good quality dry food like Applaws (better for their health and the poo slightly less offensive) and they have a water fountain which stimulates and encourages them to drink more than say a bowl of water. One of my cats always drinks from the running water part.
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