Vitacat cat food pouches 48 X 100g Various to choose from £6.79 + Free Delivery @ Aldi Available 6th Aug
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Vitacat cat food pouches 48 X 100g Various to choose from £6.79 + Free Delivery @ Aldi Available 6th Aug

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Found 3rd Aug 2017Edited by:"Terrahawks"
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Earliest dispatch date 6 August £6.79 with Free delivery.
48 pouches of cat food various flavours to choose from

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A bigger value bumper pack of Vitacat Senior Pouches to provide your cat with tasty, nutritious food at an amazing price.
Contents
12 x Lamb in Jelly12 x Game in jelly12 x Trout in jelly12 x Tuna in jelly
Features
Developed by pet experts100% of your cat's daily needsNo added sugarNo added artificial colours or flavouringsBalanced minerals79kcal per pouchEnriched with Vitamin D & EConvenient to use and store pouches
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    heat added and good price, however my snob of a cat turns his nose up at this stuff. I blame the mother in law for feeding him roast chicken and tuna when he was younger!!
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    Better fed than me
    Do people actually feed their pets this s**t?
    Original Poster
    notahappybunny1527 m ago

    Do people actually feed their pets this s**t?



    Some people must actually eat it themselves Because they spew enough
    Edited by: "Terrahawks" 3rd Aug 2017
    SENNYO119 m ago

    Some people must actually eat it themselves Because they spew enough



    You feed your pet food that's only 4% meat, and I talk rubbish
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    notahappybunny1533 m ago

    You feed your pet food that's only 4% meat, and I talk rubbish



    No this is how the cat food is labelled 41% meat and derivatives including 4% duck or rabbit or whatever flavour. By Law all cat food must have at least 4% of the actual meat it is meant to be otherwise it cannot be called Duck or Rabbit ETC.
    petforums.co.uk/thr…48/
    so to say this is only 4% meat is rubbish and Yes You talk Rubbish.
    Edited by: "Terrahawks" 3rd Aug 2017
    SENNYO18 m ago

    No this is how the cat food is labelled 41% meat and derivatives …No this is how the cat food is labelled 41% meat and derivatives including 4% duck or rabbit or whatever flavour. By Law all cat food must have at least 4% of the actual meat it is meant to be otherwise it cannot be called Duck or Rabbit ETC.https://www.petforums.co.uk/threads/aldi-vitacat-pouches.397048/so to say this is only 4% meat is rubbish and Yes You talk Rubbish.





    It's terrible quality!
    notahappybunny153 m ago

    It's terrible quality!


    When compared to what? A quick google shows that most branded cat foods appear to abide by this 4% meat labelling/content.

    Felix As Good As It Looks for example

    So if its as good as the major brands then are you questioning those as well?
    welshblob3 m ago

    When compared to what? A quick google shows that most branded cat foods …When compared to what? A quick google shows that most branded cat foods appear to abide by this 4% meat labelling/content. Felix As Good As It Looks for exampleSo if its as good as the major brands then are you questioning those as well?




    I am indeed, I personally wouldn't feed my pets any of those brands.
    notahappybunny157 m ago

    I am indeed, I personally wouldn't feed my pets any of those brands.


    OK so now we are gauging the value of your input into this discussion for people to make their own judgement. To help with this, what do/would you feed your cats?
    welshblob43 m ago

    OK so now we are gauging the value of your input into this discussion for …OK so now we are gauging the value of your input into this discussion for people to make their own judgement. To help with this, what do/would you feed your cats?





    Lily's kitchen, my cats seem to do very well on it.
    notahappybunny151 h, 42 m ago

    Lily's kitchen, my cats seem to do very well on it.


    Never heard of them before so thanks for that.
    Cats are Obligate Carnivores and Need Protein contents of at least 70% but ideally 90%. They cannot digest carbohydrates like grain which the majority of brands add abundantly, to maximise their profits at the cost of the cat's health.

    I would suggest people feed their cats the highest protein content cat food they can afford.

    It is cheaper to buy pet food including cat food online.

    I buy from Applaws Dry Cat Food from Amazon as their 7.5kg bags retail around £30 ish when the RRP is £55 ish, so nearly half price & cheaper to buy in bulk.

    ZOOPLUS is another excellent website & stock the largest array of pet food brands anywhere. European Cat Food has higher meat contents than most British brands but cheaper! Their own brand Cosma & Zoolove Cat Food is virtually the same as Applaws Wet Cat Food tins but much much cheaper.

    Note I don't work for either Amazon, Applaws or Zooplus & just sharing where I buy my bargain high quality cat food from online websites
    naturelover50 m ago

    Cats are Obligate Carnivores and Need Protein contents of at least 70% but …Cats are Obligate Carnivores and Need Protein contents of at least 70% but ideally 90%. They cannot digest carbohydrates like grain which the majority of brands add abundantly, to maximise their profits at the cost of the cat's health. I would suggest people feed their cats the highest protein content cat food they can afford. It is cheaper to buy pet food including cat food online. I buy from Applaws Dry Cat Food from Amazon as their 7.5kg bags retail around £30 ish when the RRP is £55 ish, so nearly half price & cheaper to buy in bulk. ZOOPLUS is another excellent website & stock the largest array of pet food brands anywhere. European Cat Food has higher meat contents than most British brands but cheaper! Their own brand Cosma & Zoolove Cat Food is virtually the same as Applaws Wet Cat Food tins but much much cheaper. Note I don't work for either Amazon, Applaws or Zooplus & just sharing where I buy my bargain high quality cat food from online websites


    Thank you for the information. I will look into the latter store mentioned.
    Good deal op my cats would only eat Felix but tried this one and they love it.
    Since they changed the packaging & im assuming the recipe changed my brood will no longer touch this 😏
    Thanks, I buy the cheapest cat food I can. It's a cat afterall. Heat added
    Edited by: "benjammin316" 3rd Aug 2017
    Risked it & ordered one to try again
    Great post earlier about protein instead of carbohydrates. I'll be looking into that. I live for the deal but is this really much of a deal when a box of 12 is £1.75. This deal saves 21p!!! Am I missing something
    chippyminton6 m ago

    Great post earlier about protein instead of carbohydrates. I'll be looking …Great post earlier about protein instead of carbohydrates. I'll be looking into that. I live for the deal but is this really much of a deal when a box of 12 is £1.75. This deal saves 21p!!! Am I missing something

    ​Very true. However, buy 5 boxes and save over £1!
    naturelover3rd Aug

    Cats are Obligate Carnivores and Need Protein contents of at least 70% but …Cats are Obligate Carnivores and Need Protein contents of at least 70% but ideally 90%. They cannot digest carbohydrates like grain which the majority of brands add abundantly, to maximise their profits at the cost of the cat's health. I would suggest people feed their cats the highest protein content cat food they can afford. It is cheaper to buy pet food including cat food online. I buy from Applaws Dry Cat Food from Amazon as their 7.5kg bags retail around £30 ish when the RRP is £55 ish, so nearly half price & cheaper to buy in bulk. ZOOPLUS is another excellent website & stock the largest array of pet food brands anywhere. European Cat Food has higher meat contents than most British brands but cheaper! Their own brand Cosma & Zoolove Cat Food is virtually the same as Applaws Wet Cat Food tins but much much cheaper. Note I don't work for either Amazon, Applaws or Zooplus & just sharing where I buy my bargain high quality cat food from online websites


    BITIBA is another one to try...cheaper than Zooplus on quite a lot of things:


    bitiba.co.uk/
    Aww drattage - I'm slow.. just noticed this. It's not available to buy online anymore. Says £6.89 (has the price changed?) but only in store. They have other variety, same brand, same number.. but it's £7.89 - this is in stock
    Original Poster
    Toonah11 m ago

    Aww drattage - I'm slow.. just noticed this. It's not available to buy …Aww drattage - I'm slow.. just noticed this. It's not available to buy online anymore. Says £6.89 (has the price changed?) but only in store. They have other variety, same brand, same number.. but it's £7.89 - this is in stock

    Sorry this post needs expiring it's an old post now
    I've had two deliveries of these boxes.

    My cat is quite fussy and only eats Felix "as good as it looks" range. He LOVES this stuff; I'm ordering some more.

    They're £1 more expensive now but still a very good deal compared to other brands, esepcially with the free delivery.
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