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Morrisons premium grain free cat food 50% chicken. 12 pouches - £3
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Morrisons premium grain free cat food 50% chicken. 12 pouches - £3

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Posted 3rd Jul
I've been buying top named brands for years and found out they only have 4% meat in the ingredients so tried this and my cats love it! It contains 50% chicken and cheaper than the leading brands. I won't buy anything else for my cats now. Also available in beef flavour. Online and in store.
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I just buy a couple of chickens for £8 and pop them into the oven when other things are in there. Then they get boiled up for a while and portioned up into small plastic containers & frozen. The cat gets 100% meat and it's probably cheaper too.
Thoughtful04/07/2019 10:09

I just buy a couple of chickens for £8 and pop them into the oven when …I just buy a couple of chickens for £8 and pop them into the oven when other things are in there. Then they get boiled up for a while and portioned up into small plastic containers & frozen. The cat gets 100% meat and it's probably cheaper too.


Ah thats good. Mine get bored of plain chicken as they find it bland and prefer it in the jelly and other flavours that these pouches provide
chocfudgemunky04/07/2019 10:49

Ah thats good. Mine get bored of plain chicken as they find it bland and …Ah thats good. Mine get bored of plain chicken as they find it bland and prefer it in the jelly and other flavours that these pouches provide


Same, tries my cats on fresh chicken/turkey they get bored easily so better to just get them assorted meat pouches in jelly. Will definitely try these Morrison's ones out though much healthier than the usual Felix I get them
Clis04/07/2019 11:48

Same, tries my cats on fresh chicken/turkey they get bored easily so …Same, tries my cats on fresh chicken/turkey they get bored easily so better to just get them assorted meat pouches in jelly. Will definitely try these Morrison's ones out though much healthier than the usual Felix I get them


Yeah I've been getting felix, gourmet or whiskas for years and all are only 4% meat. It's shocking. Wonder what the other 96% is?! x
Obviously the crap thats in the big brand food isn't great, but cats eating solely cooked chicken isn't good for them either.
How does this compare to Applaws?
ma11hew04/07/2019 12:56

Obviously the crap thats in the big brand food isn't great, but cats …Obviously the crap thats in the big brand food isn't great, but cats eating solely cooked chicken isn't good for them either.



I never said that cooked chicken was the only food I give her! She gets tuna ham and roast beef from the reduced shelf at the supermarket !
ma11hew04/07/2019 12:56

Obviously the crap thats in the big brand food isn't great, but cats …Obviously the crap thats in the big brand food isn't great, but cats eating solely cooked chicken isn't good for them either.



You are spot on. The manufacturers whilst adding a load of filler to raise profits also add essential other ingredients that help keep a cat healthier than they would be on chicken or any other home cooked product alone.
Thoughtful04/07/2019 16:18

I never said that cooked chicken was the only food I give her! She gets …I never said that cooked chicken was the only food I give her! She gets tuna ham and roast beef from the reduced shelf at the supermarket !


My vet told me not to give my cats tuna because of the high salt content. Even in the ones in spring water. Giving them ham on a regular basis isn’t wise either. Cats aren’t built to eat the kind of food we do.
Edited by: "iconcreative" 6th Jul
iconcreative06/07/2019 13:41

My vet told me not to give my cats tuna because of the high salt content. …My vet told me not to give my cats tuna because of the high salt content. Even in the ones in spring water. Giving them ham on a regular basis isn’t wise either. Cats aren’t built to eat the kind of food we do.



It would appear the advice on Tuna is 'complicated', and not clear cut.
Thoughtful07/07/2019 18:25

It would appear the advice on Tuna is 'complicated', and not clear cut.


I’d say a vet telling me not to feed my cat any Tuna or other human foods they aren’t suitable for cats is pretty clear. I’ll follow the advice of my vet.
Edited by: "iconcreative" 7th Jul
iconcreative07/07/2019 18:26

I’d say a vet telling me not to feed my cat any Tuna or other human foods t …I’d say a vet telling me not to feed my cat any Tuna or other human foods they aren’t suitable for cats is pretty clear. I’ll follow the advice of my vet.



I'm not suggesting you don't, but is certainly isn't clear cut, and the experts aren't always right. I can remember the black & white adverts about DDT being a wonderful weapon in the battle against malaria, and now genetically modified crops being resistant to roundup being safe.
Not sure I believe much an 'expert' says these days. It all depends on whose paying them.
Well I know for sure too much salt for a cat is bad and things like tuna, processed ham and things chicken has more salt than a cat can handle. You clearly don’t agree with the experts. Which is fair your choice. But not sure why you keep labouring the point. I’ve actually had several vets and nurses tell me they’re bad for cats. But I’m sure you’ll tell me they’re all wrong and you’re right.. You obviously think your right and everyone else is wrong. But I’ll stick with several professional opinion. Even searches show multiple results saying it’s bad. But let’s not labour the point because this isn’t what the post is about. End of conversation.
Edited by: "iconcreative" 7th Jul
Just thought I'd let everyone know. I gave these a try cos my cat sounds like the OP's cat. She ate 2 and refused to eat the third, I put it down for her at about 9am and was back in the house at 1pm and it looked like there was saw dust on it. Threw it out and gave another but she wouldn't eat that one either. By 5pm same thing again. Went to the bin this morning and there was maggots everywhere. So glad she knew not to eat it... So clever kitty got reward of food and attention.

Took in to morrisons to explain wasn't about the refund but more warn store for product recall as poss lawsuit. Staff tried to blame me / my bin. So I took a picture of the batch number and wanted to tell everyone.

Consett, Co Durham
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745863 21:26

If anyone has the same problem please inform staff you know about this case. I couldn't care less if Morrisons gets sued after the the cow spoke to me. I just don't want someones cat to be sick or die.
A lovely cat I had some years ago loved tuna and I would indulge her frequently. She suddenly collapsed one day - her whole back end went.Rushed her to the vets but she died within 2 hours. The vet said her lungs had filled with blood.It has a medical name which escapes me. I always wonder if it was something to do with the tuna, and reading some comments here I feel it could well of been-the salt content as mentioned in some of them. She was only 30 months old.
On the subject of this particular cat food..I checked the ingredients and it has 'burnt sugar' added to it..Could anyone explain why something like that should go into cat food?
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