Perfect Fit Dry Cat Food Rich in Salmon Big Pack 2.8kg £5 - On special offer at Sainsbury's instore
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Perfect Fit Dry Cat Food Rich in Salmon Big Pack 2.8kg £5 - On special offer at Sainsbury's instore

£5£14.5066%Sainsbury's Deals
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Found 18th Feb
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Complete pet food for adult cats.

Advanced nutrition dry cat food rich in Salmon

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Not available to deliver or collect in store - expire
SJHan1 h, 9 m ago

Not available to deliver or collect in store - expire


Deal says OOS on-line.
Thanks - will check my local store - one of the few cat foods my cats will eat
Gozer35 m ago

Deal says OOS on-line.


Didn't say that at the time of posting
Also not even stocked in store at my 2 nearest stores.
It’s hit or miss which stores carry. We got the chicken 2.8kg at 50p clearance. Posted on here.
Are kittens difficult to look after? Thinking of getting a pet kitten. Can u have 1 without a cat flap... do they have a lot of poo wee accidents
momofone12 h, 37 m ago

Are kittens difficult to look after? Thinking of getting a pet kitten. Can …Are kittens difficult to look after? Thinking of getting a pet kitten. Can u have 1 without a cat flap... do they have a lot of poo wee accidents


You should make sure you can give them the love & attention they need. An adult cat will be easier to look after and there's plenty that need re-homing.

They don't need a cat flap, it's just convenient for those cats that like to wander out. Some cats can live 100% indoors though. Mine goes out for 5 mins a day, max.

Kittens are likely to have more accidents then adults but provide them with a litter tray and they normally will naturally use it for their number ones and twos. You'll have to be prepared to change the litter often though and to scoop out their number 2's.

From your nick I've noticed you're a mum but I wouldn't recommend a kitten if your child is very young. Kittens are not toys and are quite delicate, a young child may not apprepriate that.
Edited by: "Zuulan" 19th Feb
momofone19 h, 35 m ago

Are kittens difficult to look after? Thinking of getting a pet kitten. Can …Are kittens difficult to look after? Thinking of getting a pet kitten. Can u have 1 without a cat flap... do they have a lot of poo wee accidents


In addition to what Zuulan said above, do you also realise cats can live for over 20 years? So if you do get a kitten make sure you know it may be a 20+ year committment.
Zuulan19th Feb

You should make sure you can give them the love & attention they need. An …You should make sure you can give them the love & attention they need. An adult cat will be easier to look after and there's plenty that need re-homing. They don't need a cat flap, it's just convenient for those cats that like to wander out. Some cats can live 100% indoors though. Mine goes out for 5 mins a day, max. Kittens are likely to have more accidents then adults but provide them with a litter tray and they normally will naturally use it for their number ones and twos. You'll have to be prepared to change the litter often though and to scoop out their number 2's.From your nick I've noticed you're a mum but I wouldn't recommend a kitten if your child is very young. Kittens are not toys and are quite delicate, a young child may not apprepriate that.


Thanks. Really helpful comments. My son is 10 and has autism. I was looking at more of a friend for him. He is 10 but actually is a 2 to 3 yr old mentally. So still in two minds. Ive personally had a cat when i was young and was heartbroken when he died. We had a litter tray but the cat was already trained when we got him
Gozer19th Feb

In addition to what Zuulan said above, do you also realise cats can live …In addition to what Zuulan said above, do you also realise cats can live for over 20 years? So if you do get a kitten make sure you know it may be a 20+ year committment.


Yes looking for a long term friend for my autistic child who has no friends or siblings
momofone45 m ago

Yes looking for a long term friend for my autistic child who has no …Yes looking for a long term friend for my autistic child who has no friends or siblings


I do hope you find him a good friend. A cat rather then a kitten might be best but either way I'm sure you'll make it work.

Good luck & enjoy the new family member.
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