Tin of Whiskas in jelly (and sometimes, Felix) 50p in  PoundLand
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Tin of Whiskas in jelly (and sometimes, Felix) 50p in PoundLand

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Found 8th Feb
Tins of Whiskas in jelly, 2 for £1 (it's poundland - what can I tell ya haha). Not in all stores (mine is Chesterfield town centre). They fly off the shelves (it's what chickens try to do haha...). They have now been selling them for 2 or 3 weeks. I waited to post this in case it was a very short or one-off deal, but they sell out very quickly. However, because it's such a small store with no stock room, sometimes they are on the top shelf in cardboard boxes. So if they aren't on the shelf, ask in case they haven't restocked the shelf. They also have Felix, so you can "mix and match".
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Love the cat emoji, Boolily
good price as 6 tins of Whiskas (same one as the photo above) at Tesco and sainsburys is £4 (normal price so around 66p per tin)
I normally wait for sale on them and buy 2months worth. and normally by this time, they back on sale again.

Edit: My cat only likes two kinds of Whiskas food, Jelly or Gravy and has to be meat and poultry (so this if the price i quotes above) and does not like fish or the casserole/soup ones (so not sure of the price of the casserole/soup ones. but always see them on sale)
Edited by: "djmackie2000" 8th Feb
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Thanks for confirmation, djmackie The next best place (which is normally the cheapest) is bitiba and zooplus at 64p, but they both have minimum order for free delivery. I have to confess I cleared Poundland's shelf (20 tins), because I do the same as you - bulk buy when anything we use regularly is a good price, hence saving a few quid and several trips.
Edited by: "StephenAbut" 8th Feb
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Added comment for djmackie. Our 2 Bengals can be mega fussy, so now we only try one tin or pouch at first. BUT even then don't stock up until they have stuck with it 2 or 3 weeks. We learned our lesson after we tried out Aldi premium pouches, which they loved for a week. So we went and stocked up on a special deal - big mistake! The little b***ers went off them 2 days later!! Arggghhh. Anyone got use of 5 boxes of Aldi pouches? hahaha
StephenAbut18 m ago

Added comment for djmackie. Our 2 Bengals can be mega fussy, so now we …Added comment for djmackie. Our 2 Bengals can be mega fussy, so now we only try one tin or pouch at first. BUT even then don't stock up until they have stuck with it 2 or 3 weeks. We learned our lesson after we tried out Aldi premium pouches, which they loved for a week. So we went and stocked up on a special deal - big mistake! The little b***ers went off them 2 days later!! Arggghhh. Anyone got use of 5 boxes of Aldi pouches? hahaha



donate them to a cat shelter SSPCA,RSPCA. or supermarkets have food drop off points for foodbanks
that is what i use.
(my fav cat is savannah F1 (my mum and dad had one) but have to wait as my cat will get on with another cat. she is fine with dogs tho)
Edited by: "djmackie2000" 8th Feb
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Yup - in fact one of our family members is a veterinary nurse, and will probably find a good home for the pouches (not the cats haha). Bengals are quite similar to Savannahs (I'm told) including ok (mostly) with dogs! My liitle "Icon photo" is the younger female.
StephenAbut10 m ago

Yup - in fact one of our family members is a veterinary nurse, and will …Yup - in fact one of our family members is a veterinary nurse, and will probably find a good home for the pouches (not the cats haha). Bengals are quite similar to Savannahs (I'm told) including ok (mostly) with dogs! My liitle "Icon photo" is the younger female.


savannah F1 is one of the tallest pet cats you can own (need a Wild animal License tho), They have treats more like a dog than a cat. E.G can take them walk. play fetch, play in water and so on. if you go down the blood line say to F3,4,5 they have more treats like a domestic cat. and you are correct they similar to Bengals (they have bigger spots) and alot of people mix bread these two together. i have even seen people trying to sell Bengal/savannah breads saying they are 100%savannah because of the cost. both good looking cats.

I just have a little black cat that my other half got me as a surprise (she her sis could not keep as her old cat did not like the kitten). i was kinda cheese off as was waiting for a nice savannah to come up for sale. but i am a firm believer in "it is not just for xmass it is for life"
Edited by: "djmackie2000" 8th Feb
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Agreed to all! If you've never had a Savannah or Bengal before - get a lot of advice & information from current / previous owners. No doubt you have probably done this. They are absolutely NOT like having regular cats, and will totally take over your life and house (and, if you let them out, the garden, next door neighbour's house and garden, neighbourhood... haha). That all said, they don't need to be overly expensive to feed - HotUKdeals is proving to be good for finding cat-food and treats deals! Contrary to what a lot of websites and blogs say, finding what they will eat is simply trial and error, and they don't have to be fancy over-priced brands either! Our Bengals are good HotUkdeal devotees like us - i.e. no brand loyalty from us or them! hahaha
Have messaged you and added to "follow" rather than chat in these threads. Should have thought about it earlier!
Edited by: "StephenAbut" 8th Feb
That's the pate sorted for Valentines.
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Love at first bite?
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