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Whiskas 1+ Wet Cat Food for Adult Cats, Poultry Selection in Jelly, 120 Pouches (120 x 100 g) - £19.99 Prime Exclusive @ Amazon
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Whiskas 1+ Wet Cat Food for Adult Cats, Poultry Selection in Jelly, 120 Pouches (120 x 100 g) - £19.99 Prime Exclusive @ Amazon

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Posted 16th Jul

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Seems to be a good price for 120, cheaper than the standard offer at Farm Foods
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  • 120 x 100 g wet cat food pouches for adult cats made with carefully prepared recipes
  • 100 Percent complete and balanced meal with no artificial flavours, colours or preservatives
  • With balanced mineral levels to support a healthy urinary tract and Zinc which helps ensure a healthy skin and coat

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15 Comments
Awesome price
Going to have a very happy cat tomorrow
Heat. Same price at farmfoods for anyone who doesnt have prime. Offer at farmfoods is 3 boxes of 40pouches for £20
People seem to be blinded by the amount of packets or the colour or something. It's cheaper to buy tinned. 10p a packet is the best I've seen on these though I don't look. Heat added.
Aren't these about 80% water?
Daniel4216/07/2019 10:42

People seem to be blinded by the amount of packets or the colour or …People seem to be blinded by the amount of packets or the colour or something. It's cheaper to buy tinned. 10p a packet is the best I've seen on these though I don't look. Heat added.


You could say the same for loads of things. Its cheaper most of the time to buy tins but not everyone wants tins. I use pouches i dont want tins open. One pouch a day and biscuits cat is fed.

It is a good deal though.
Edited by: "ephadrine" 16th Jul
Daniel4216/07/2019 10:42

People seem to be blinded by the amount of packets or the colour or …People seem to be blinded by the amount of packets or the colour or something. It's cheaper to buy tinned. 10p a packet is the best I've seen on these though I don't look. Heat added.


Beats having to dig a spoon into a tin and getting cat meat chunks on your knuckles then having a half tin lying round making smell and attracting flies.

Paying for convenience. Plus the pouches can be recycled easy enough according to the packet.
It says £29.99 with £10 promotion applied at checkout but have a feeling that this is my £10 voucher.


Underneath the purchase on the main screen, it says one time purchase only - £29.99
mqpppe16/07/2019 11:20

Beats having to dig a spoon into a tin and getting cat meat chunks on your …Beats having to dig a spoon into a tin and getting cat meat chunks on your knuckles then having a half tin lying round making smell and attracting flies. Paying for convenience. Plus the pouches can be recycled easy enough according to the packet.


Sorry but I have tried these and know that if you're gonna get it on your hands then it is going to be from these packets. There is no way you would ever get it on you from tins unless you're using a toothpick or something.

Besides, if you're not using a long handled spoon then you're not using your brain.
Edited by: "Daniel42" 16th Jul
ephadrine16/07/2019 11:09

You could say the same for loads of things. Its cheaper most of the time …You could say the same for loads of things. Its cheaper most of the time to buy tins but not everyone wants tins. I use pouches i dont want tins open. One pouch a day and biscuits cat is fed.It is a good deal though.


Yes I agree with this and see what you're saying. mqpppe talking absolute rubbish though
Edited by: "Daniel42" 16th Jul
You buy this, you cat eats a few happily, then the little git refuses to eat anymore because...reasons.

Also about the tins, yes tins are cheaper but they are faff and you have to put the tin somewhere before you give the rest of it to your cat, stinks and attracts flies.
We used to get them plastic covers for the tins but they still stunk.
Edited by: "MatsyLR" 16th Jul
I feed my cat aldi pouches. £1.87 for 12. Never refuses to eat it unlike whiskas which he gets bored off
Thanks op, bought a box for the 2 stray cats that my daughter feeds The eight she owns prefer Felix though #spoiltrotten
Edited by: "mazcymru" 16th Jul
Daniel4216/07/2019 12:00

Yes I agree with this and see what you're saying. mqpppe talking absolute …Yes I agree with this and see what you're saying. mqpppe talking absolute rubbish though


No need for resorting to personal insults, irrespective of being tongue in cheek. I agree with the comments regarding tins as sometimes they can be fiddly albeit messy and stink despite using those plastic lids, also washing them for recycling is pretty gross too However if I had a pound for every time I’ve had juice squirted out of sachets into my mouth, eye, face etc I’d be sunning myself in Dubai.
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