whiskas 12pk pouches 2 for £4 @ Lidl
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whiskas 12pk pouches 2 for £4 @ Lidl

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Found 28th Apr 2016
Whiskas 12pk poultry in jelly
Whiskas 12pk fish in jelly

£2.49 each

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2 for £4 @ Lidl
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heat added, my fussy cat won't eat whiskas or i would have stocked up on them
My local farmfoods does the 40 packs for £6 so not that great of a price
£6.99 for 40 at my local Farmfoods
Lidl own brand costs the same if not less.. Cat much prefers it!
smiffy1888

heat added, my fussy cat won't eat whiskas or i would have stocked up on … heat added, my fussy cat won't eat whiskas or i would have stocked up on them


you are too soft (_;)
mine gets lidl's own brand in tins, if it gets sick of that then she can go and catch her own dinner or go hungry
Great deal, I don't suppose they had and gravy in the deal? My fussy cat will only eat gravy ones!!
No farmfoods in Northern Ireland, or herons or aldi...
smiffy1888

heat added, my fussy cat won't eat whiskas or i would have stocked up on … heat added, my fussy cat won't eat whiskas or i would have stocked up on them


your cat is right. its the worst food you could buy
mattsokolinski

your cat is right. its the worst food you could buy


Why?
Isn't it cheaper to buy tins rather than pouches?

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doobyduck

Isn't it cheaper to buy tins rather than pouches?


It's a different product in the tins
KICIOR

Why?

poor meat content (4%).
Cats need muscle meat (60-70%) and some offal (30-40%) due to specific vitamins and minerals. no veg and other carbs where possible.

here is a rather comprehensive list of wet cat food
docs.google.com/fil…i=1
mattsokolinski

poor meat content (4%).Cats need muscle meat (60-70%) and some offal … poor meat content (4%).Cats need muscle meat (60-70%) and some offal (30-40%) due to specific vitamins and minerals. no veg and other carbs where possible.here is a rather comprehensive list of wet cat foodhttps://docs.google.com/file/d/0B-mMJBQ_r05GdDBEY0pWbURmRE0/edit?pli=1



It says on your own link, that the 4% is just the minimum required to say what flavour it is e.g. With chicken, chicken flavour. The meat content will be much higher than that because wet food is usually at least 80% water so 4% chicken becomes minimum 20% chicken.

Regardless, the cheap pet food is fine for cats. The best food is one your cat will eat and one you can afford imo. There's plenty of animals that need food and homes without worry about which food has a few % more meat.
Yes, it is my cat's favourite, and the rest of the cat food has the same content, except of Encore and Lily's kitchen which is so overpriced...Felt guilty about feeding her Whiskas first, but she stays healthy and looks great. Not so bad overall!!
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