Sheba Cat Food Pouches Fish Selection in Terrine 12x85g (Pack of 4, Total 48 Pouches) £10  (Prime) / £14.75 (non Prime) @ Amazon
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Sheba Cat Food Pouches Fish Selection in Terrine 12x85g (Pack of 4, Total 48 Pouches) £10 (Prime) / £14.75 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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Found 27th Jan 2016
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SHEBA

SHEBA gives your cat a meal that is truly special, a delicious and carefully prepared meal from the finest ingredients. SHEBA provides only the best for our feline friends; a mutually seductive feeding experience. The recipes are gently cooked to seal in all the natural flavours, making every mealtime a pleasure to be savoured. You can feel reassured that you are feeding your cat high quality, healthy and tasty meals everyday.
Overview

We understand your appreciation for high quality and your cat’s desire for variety. We see every meal as a daily creation – it is the attention to detail that matters. SHEBA has been the stuff of legends since its global launch in Hamburg in 1982. The brand carries the name of the legendary Queen of Sheba, who is thought to have arrived in the 10th century BC at the court of Solomon in Jerusalem to test his wisdom. SHEBA has always been in a league of its own – there has never been and still isn't a comparable cat food. SHEBA has never been a brand for just anybody. Rather a distinguished brand for only those who have a strong inner connection with their cat. What appears to many as an exaggeration, or even a form of decadence, is simply the fulfilment of a desire of the heart: finally there's a cat food with which one can indulge their beloved on a daily basis.
Our recipes

The recipes are made with carefully selected ingredients without any artificial flavors, colorants and preservatives. They are all cooked to lock in the delicious taste and quality.
Feeding Instructions

Tray: Serve one tray of SHEBA per meal. An average adult cat (4kg) requires approximately 2-3 trays per day. Serve at room temperature . Pouch: Serve 1 pouch of SHEBA per meal. An adult cat (4kg) needs 3-4 pouches per day. Serve at room temperature.
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I bought three packs the other day with Prime as three flavours were £16 and one was only £10. After i had ordered i went back to the page to copy the link and post on here and it had gone back up to £23ish, was strange. Still at least everyone can get it now. heat

Edit: acutally it is still showing as £10 anyway:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…new

Edited by: "tighty" 27th Jan 2016
Showing as £20
Original Poster
nicolehemmings57

Showing as £20


If you look on the right hand side it's there, £10 sold by Amazon
thanks, cat will be happy!
Ordered 2, Thank you very much.
Also ordered a couple thanks very much!
Nice deal, now if only my cat wasn't such a snobby fussy eater
Thank you just ordered a pack.
Low quality food (that's the polite translation), high in sugar, according to my girlfriend vet. "Like feeding them McDonald's everyday" apparently!
Edited by: "Cameron1983" 27th Jan 2016
Ordered, thanks OP
Cameron1983

Low quality food (that's the polite translation), high in sugar, … Low quality food (that's the polite translation), high in sugar, according to my girlfriend vet. "Like feeding them McDonald's everyday" apparently!


Yes this is true. However, having tried my cats on the expensive high quality cat food which they will not touch, I would rather spend my money on something they will eat.
Edited by: "raeble" 27th Jan 2016
Cameron1983

Low quality food (that's the polite translation), high in sugar, … Low quality food (that's the polite translation), high in sugar, according to my girlfriend vet. "Like feeding them McDonald's everyday" apparently!


this stuff? are you sure? Whiskas, felix and the like I'd agree with but I put sheba along with purina/applaws etc as a better quality, low sugar food.
Cameron1983

Low quality food (that's the polite translation), high in sugar, … Low quality food (that's the polite translation), high in sugar, according to my girlfriend vet. "Like feeding them McDonald's everyday" apparently!


Well that's odd because Sheba states "no added sugar" so all that's in it is the naturally occurring sugar... and that will be a very small amount.

Does your girlfriend also happen to think feeding them high quantities of the meat we'd eat (boiled chicken breast, fish etc) is better for them than tinned cat food? Because by doing that the cat will be will starved of almost all of the essential vitamins and minerals they'd normally get eating animals in the wild - essential things that's added to cat food. Lots of people tend to think they are doing the best for their cat by feeding them 100% meat, but in actuality, it's raising the risk of health problems in later life.

Edited by: "mamboboy" 27th Jan 2016
Cameron1983

Low quality food (that's the polite translation), high in sugar, … Low quality food (that's the polite translation), high in sugar, according to my girlfriend vet. "Like feeding them McDonald's everyday" apparently!



"Meat and Animal Derivatives, Fish and Fish Derivatives (including 4% Cod), Minerals" - This brand should be ok for sugars/added sugar.

Which food does she recommend?
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Good price. Shame my cat only licks the gravy/jelly off and clears off so I've stopped buying it.
Thanks - this here Prime thang is beginning to pay back
yrreb88

"Meat and Animal Derivatives, Fish and Fish Derivatives (including 4% … "Meat and Animal Derivatives, Fish and Fish Derivatives (including 4% Cod), Minerals" - This brand should be ok for sugars/added sugar. Which food does she recommend?



Not wanting to criticise people's choices of pet food, as I'm sure some cats will only eat one brand.

She gives our cat whiskas grilled pouches. Apparently a balance between quality and value. Specifically the grilled pouches though as they seem better, though that's just personal not professional opinion. He gets half a pouch twice a day, with 2 teaspoons of James Wellbeloved feline dry food. We buy the 1.5kg bags as the bigger ones take months to get through, and if the bags are open for too long they can get forage mites which can cause allergies in cats.

Apparently the best wet foods are Hills Science Plan, and apparently James Wellbeloved now do wet pouches, but twice the price of whiskas.

Girlfriend did training in pet nutrition as part of vet school, and apparently you can have a decent guess at what type of food a flatulent cat is fed based on the smell!! oO
Cameron1983

Not wanting to criticise people's choices of pet food, as I'm sure some … Not wanting to criticise people's choices of pet food, as I'm sure some cats will only eat one brand. She gives our cat whiskas grilled pouches. Apparently a balance between quality and value. Specifically the grilled pouches though as they seem better, though that's just personal not professional opinion. He gets half a pouch twice a day, with 2 teaspoons of James Wellbeloved feline dry food. We buy the 1.5kg bags as the bigger ones take months to get through, and if the bags are open for too long they can get forage mites which can cause allergies in cats. Apparently the best wet foods are Hills Science Plan, and apparently James Wellbeloved now do wet pouches, but twice the price of whiskas. Girlfriend did training in pet nutrition as part of vet school, and apparently you can have a decent guess at what type of food a flatulent cat is fed based on the smell!! oO



Whiskas grilled pouches? Ingredients: "Meat and Animal Derivatives (including 4% Chicken), Minerals,Various Sugars"? That's what it says on the supermarket websites but that could be wrong as it's different on the whiskas website. X)

Unless they're on/been advised to go on a prescription diet, I think that the best food is the one your cat will eat and the one you can afford. My animals used to be on cheap/standard food and the animals that were on them got to around 20 years but I think that was mostly luck! In my opinion, if there was a "best" brand, everyone would buy it and it seems like there's almost as much legislation for pet food as there is our food so it's even safe for us to eat. Although I think I'll give that a miss!

First I've heard of the mite thing. I suspect this would only affect cats who are already allergic/sensitive?

If you buy James Wellbeloved, Pets at Home do a cheaper imitation called Wainrights. I think there's another even cheaper and similar food called Greenwoods on zooplus which also might be worth a look. I usually buy whichever food is on offer on that site or pet supermarket as I've found the prices tend not to be beaten elsewhere.

Thanks Op, ordered.
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