Princes Tuna in Brine (£3.99 for case of 12) @ Farmfoods
417°Expired

Princes Tuna in Brine (£3.99 for case of 12) @ Farmfoods

17
Found 5th Jun 2016
My first deal-

Found this in local farm foods, by the door!

Case of 12 for £3.99 absolute bargain, works out @ 0.33p per tin. Dating till beginning of 2017

Not sure if national, but do check your stores

17 Comments

Cue the Greenpeace brigade...

If it is the chunks thats brill, but i thought in mine on fri it said flakes

If flakes then OK cat food.

Original Poster

Do apologise, put the wrong pictures up, the offer is for the flakes

dealsfinder17

Do apologise, put the wrong pictures up, the offer is for the flakes



​yes cat food

what a lovely name for a princess! !.. lol

Cue the Greenpeace brigade...



http://soepic.net/stor/items/1359938296736.jpg

Stuntgut

If flakes then OK cat food.



You shouldn't really be feeding tuna as cat food. If you want to treat them, any plain white fish will be a far more suitable alternative such as the cheap frozen fish pieces you can find in any supermarket.

cat food just

You shouldn't really be feeding tuna as cat food. If you want to treat … You shouldn't really be feeding tuna as cat food. If you want to treat them, any plain white fish will be a far more suitable alternative such as the cheap frozen fish pieces you can find in any supermarket.



I'm genuinely curious; why are tuna flakes unsuitable for cats?

The Princes chunks recently have been of poor quality, like they've accidently put the school meal grade stuff in the wrong tins.

Plus, they have reduced the size of the tins, so you think it is a bargain getting more tins for your money.

I wouldn't feed my cat tuna in brine - maybe a little spoonfull if it was in spring water

Good old tuna flakes.... the bits off the floor basically

If it is the chunks thats brill, but i thought in mine on fri it said … If it is the chunks thats brill, but i thought in mine on fri it said flakes


Yeah flakes are stank!... probably 50% scales.

The cheap flakes seem to have been OK quality recently, better than the wet fish sawdust they traditionally were.

Ego-X

I'm genuinely curious; why are tuna flakes unsuitable for cats?



Tuna tends to be high in salt, it's not nutritionally complete, so can lead to deficiencies and too much can cause several health issues e.g. as a result of mercury poisoning. A tiny bit, preferably from a can with spring water, as an occasional treat will be ok but certainly not exclusively or as a large part of their diet as with any fish.

Treating them with some cooked chicken or plain white fish would be a better alternative.

Unfortunately this is skipjack tuna, which tastes like poo! I remember the days when you could buy non-skipjack tinned tuna!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text