Whiskas Mixed Selection in Jelly Wet Cat Food Pouch, Pack of 84 £15.31 @ Amazon (Use Code SAVE30VC8)
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Whiskas Mixed Selection in Jelly Wet Cat Food Pouch, Pack of 84 £15.31 @ Amazon (Use Code SAVE30VC8)

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Found 13th Aug 2015
Best ever new Whiskas recipe!
100% complete and balanced cat food
Cat pouches with succulent meaty or fishy pieces giving your cat the variety she wants!
Free from artificial colours, flavours & preservatives
Convenient easy-to-open delivered in a bulk pack straight to your door!

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Banned

Can you use that code on felix?

code doesn't work

No, doesnt work

Original Poster

YouDontWantToKnow

Can you use that code on felix?



No .
jennaturner25

code doesn't work



Hit the sub and save option and then put in the code .
lindapupcat

No, doesnt work



It does work as I ordered them before I posted this, I cancelled my other order I done .

Just noticed, discount will be added if you "subscribe and save"

Nope no worky

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£2.50 for box of 12 in asda just now. This saves £2.91

philmitchell

Cat pouches with succulent meaty or fishy pieces giving your cat the … Cat pouches with succulent meaty or fishy pieces giving your cat the variety she wants!



Bit sexist that. What do you think, serious cat?

https://www.aspiescentral.com/attachments/download-jpg.11647/

Edited by: "Liverpool_Bear" 14th Aug 2015

Shame my fussy moggies won’t eat Whiskas...

If I subscribe and save can I cancel the subscription once the food arrives?

olliek00p

If I subscribe and save can I cancel the subscription once the food … If I subscribe and save can I cancel the subscription once the food arrives?



Yep

£2.50 for a box of 12 at ONE STOP SHOP (Exeter) t

Feed your cats raw food way cheaper and healthier for your cats less vet visits etc. Check out the the Cats Crap group on facebook. If you knew what went into commercial pet food you wouldn't want to feed it to your cats.

notsram

Shame my fussy moggies won’t eat Whiskas...


mine too, lord of the manor.

mysmugcat

mine too, lord of the manor.



They used to love it - until the last time it was on special offer and I bought about 10 boxes of the stuff. They promptly both went off it and I ended up getting rid of most of it

Just bought 3 boxes for a total of 40.91!!
Bargain...!
Cheers OP!

ive done this but what have i subscribed too and how and when to cancel? thanks.

Why do people feed this crap to their cat it's cheap for a reason... 4% meat at best.
Edited by: "ebbz139" 14th Aug 2015

bilbob

Just bought 3 boxes for a total of 40.91!!Bargain...!Cheers OP!



How £40.91 or using amazon credit?
Edited by: "jamhops" 14th Aug 2015

ebbz139

4% meat at best.


So are kebabs, but I love them....

jamhops

How £40.91 or using amazon credit?


I'll be honest, I'm not entirely sure... !
It offered me a £5 voucher when I viewed on one of my accounts, but not on the other. So now my IT business has just bought 252 packs of cat chow.

swordy1967

Feed your cats raw food way cheaper and healthier for your cats less vet … Feed your cats raw food way cheaper and healthier for your cats less vet visits etc. Check out the the Cats Crap group on facebook. If you knew what went into commercial pet food you wouldn't want to feed it to your cats.



*Citation needed*

Why do people feel the need to guilt trip anyone who feeds their cat commercial food? What evidence is there for any of the claims you make? Can you ensure you constantly give a complete nutritional profile to your cat? Do you mean raw as in uncooked? Just because that's probably a little dangerous with chicken for example.
It might be cheaper than some foods but I doubt it's cheaper in general, my cat costs no more than 20p a day thanks to bulk buying.

I'm not saying whiskas is the best food ever, obviously there are better foods, but the best pet food is one it will eat and one you can afford. There's no point buying a £60 food if you can't afford it and the cat doesn't eat it! There is so much competition out there, if there was a best food everyone would buy it and there would just be a couple of brands. There's also no substitute for a prescription diet, if a vet recommends one of those for your animal, it's definitely worth switching their food asap.

My cat likes the jelly, spits out the meat -_-

ebbz139

Why do people feed this crap to their cat it's cheap for a reason... 4% … Why do people feed this crap to their cat it's cheap for a reason... 4% meat at best.



4% minimum chicken in a food that claims "chicken flavour" or "with chicken" and if it was actually just 4%, it wouldn't be viable for a cat to live on. Also consider wet food is 80-85% water which means the chicken content is actually at least 20% of the chunks.

yrreb88

*Citation needed*Why do people feel the need to guilt trip anyone who … *Citation needed*Why do people feel the need to guilt trip anyone who feeds their cat commercial food? What evidence is there for any of the claims you make? Can you ensure you constantly give a complete nutritional profile to your cat? Do you mean raw as in uncooked? Just because that's probably a little dangerous with chicken for example. It might be cheaper than some foods but I doubt it's cheaper in general, my cat costs no more than 20p a day thanks to bulk buying. I'm not saying whiskas is the best food ever, obviously there are better foods, but the best pet food is one it will eat and one you can afford. There's no point buying a £60 food if you can't afford it and the cat doesn't eat it! There is so much competition out there, if there was a best food everyone would buy it and there would just be a couple of brands. There's also no substitute for a prescription diet, if a vet recommends one of those for your animal, it's definitely worth switching their food asap.



I'm so sorry I obviously have not done my homework ! I didn't realise that a 100 years of pet food manufacturing has completely wiped out hundreds of thousands of years where carnivores have been eating raw food UNCOOKED!! Feeding a raw diet (balanced) is the best you could ever do for your pet.Salmonella is also a non issue for cats as the food is not in their system long enough to do anything. Please do your own research if you think commercial pet food is good quality, it is made from animal carcase waste unfit for human consumption.If you READ what I wrote it can be cheaper to feed your own homemade raw food .Your 20p a day is that Kibble otherwise known as death nuggets that can give cats kidneys problems or is that a wet food that contains a massive 4% of actual meat?

best ever recipe, my cat would tend to disagree :-\

only for female cats... cold.

swordy1967

I'm so sorry I obviously have not done my homework ! I didn't realise … I'm so sorry I obviously have not done my homework ! I didn't realise that a 100 years of pet food manufacturing has completely wiped out hundreds of thousands of years where carnivores have been eating raw food UNCOOKED!! Feeding a raw diet (balanced) is the best you could ever do for your pet.Salmonella is also a non issue for cats as the food is not in their system long enough to do anything. Please do your own research if you think commercial pet food is good quality, it is made from animal carcase waste unfit for human consumption.If you READ what I wrote it can be cheaper to feed your own homemade raw food .Your 20p a day is that Kibble otherwise known as death nuggets that can give cats kidneys problems or is that a wet food that contains a massive 4% of actual meat?



Ah the appeal to nature and antiquity fallacy. We have survived hundreds and thousands of years without vaccines so better stop using them too right? Just because something happened in the past is not reason to still do it. These are domesticated carnivores too. Are you saying carnivores never got diseases from their prey ever? Salmonella is a non-issue? So there is absolutely no risk of feeding raw food to an animal? Again, what evidence is there that shows any of your claims?

I suggest you do your research again because you are being misinformed. Pet food has to be made from human food byproducts and Cat 3 carcasses that are classed as low risk. Let's check one of the laws for raw food:

To make raw pet food

You can only use:

material from animals that passed an ante-mortem test, that is unfit for humans to eat, eg liver with fluke.

Suprised that commercial "Raw" pet food can use food unfit for human consumption? Ironically, it's usually quite unethical marketing as you are told everything is bad and unnatural, toxic, chemicals, you are being cruel, killing your pet etc and that you should only feed this type of food, this brand etc. In other words, from what I have found on raw food, most of the raw food advocates tend to have a vested interest in converting people away from commercial food and isn't based on any real evidence. You see when you think unfit for human consumption, you think of diseased, rotting meat or something. In actual fact this tends to be byproducts, offal, and meat that is still techincally fit to eat. Things that we find disgusting that are perfectly viable to eat and would be eaten in the "wild".

You are misunderstanding the labels. I'm going to try and ignore the "death kibble" claim because you'll only go down conpiracy theory claims that Big Pet Food is out to kill their customers for profits and they've bought out all the vets etc. 4% is a minimum for the flavour so 4% chicken minimum means they can label it as "with chicken". There is not 4% meat in there, the cats would die of malnutrition. Consider wet food is 80-85% water which means the chicken content is actually at least 20% of the chunks, in addition to the rest of the meat and animal derivatives.
Edited by: "yrreb88" 14th Aug 2015

lmao at the term "death nuggets" I'm using that from now on.
Come on mittens, eat your death nuggets

yrreb88

Ah the appeal to nature and antiquity fallacy. We have survived hundreds … Ah the appeal to nature and antiquity fallacy. We have survived hundreds and thousands of years without vaccines so better stop using them too right? Just because something happened in the past is not reason to still do it. These are domesticated carnivores too. Are you saying carnivores never got diseases from their prey ever? Salmonella is a non-issue? So there is absolutely no risk of feeding raw food to an animal? Again, what evidence is there that shows any of your claims?I suggest you do your research again because you are being misinformed. Pet food has to be made from human food byproducts and Cat 3 carcasses that are classed as low risk. Let's check one of the laws for raw food: To make raw pet foodYou can only use: material from animals that passed an ante-mortem test, that is unfit for humans to eat, eg liver with fluke.Suprised that commercial "Raw" pet food can use food unfit for human consumption? Ironically, it's usually quite unethical marketing as you are told everything is bad and unnatural, toxic, chemicals, you are being cruel, killing your pet etc and that you should only feed this type of food, this brand etc. In other words, from what I have found on raw food, most of the raw food advocates tend to have a vested interest in converting people away from commercial food and isn't based on any real evidence. You see when you think unfit for human consumption, you think of diseased, rotting meat or something. In actual fact this tends to be byproducts, offal, and meat that is still techincally fit to eat. Things that we find disgusting that are perfectly viable to eat and would be eaten in the "wild". You are misunderstanding the labels. I'm going to try and ignore the "death kibble" claim because you'll only go down conpiracy theory claims that Big Pet Food is out to kill their customers for profits and they've bought out all the vets etc. 4% is a minimum for the flavour so 4% chicken minimum means they can label it as "with chicken". There is not 4% meat in there, the cats would die of malnutrition. Consider wet food is 80-85% water which means the chicken content is actually at least 20% of the chunks, in addition to the rest of the meat and animal derivatives.




I'm only on a mobile so not going to type out a convoluted reply here and also Google pet deaths and pet food recalls.

healthypets.mercola.com/sit…spx

Not for weighing in on the main debate, but that website's not the best for citing.

On his website mercola.com, Mercola and colleagues advocate a number of … On his website mercola.com, Mercola and colleagues advocate a number of unproven alternative health notions including homeopathy, while promoting anti-vaccine positions.



- en.m.wikipedia.org/wik…ola

ordered, came to £10.31 as I had a promotional £5 off voucher added for some reason too. How do I unsubsribe now?

olliek00p

If I subscribe and save can I cancel the subscription once the food … If I subscribe and save can I cancel the subscription once the food arrives?



​mine either, or felix

P0tenc

My cat likes the jelly, spits out the meat -_-



​mine too! lol

why do people even bother with pouches.
84 has the same amount of food as 21 tins.

even at 50p a tin that would only cost £10.50.
you can get 12 tins for about a fiver in any supermarket.

cold!

amazon.co.uk/gp/…360

Majnu

ordered, came to £10.31 as I had a promotional £5 off voucher added for s … ordered, came to £10.31 as I had a promotional £5 off voucher added for some reason too. How do I unsubsribe now?


YouDontWantToKnow

Can you use that code on felix?

jennaturner25

code doesn't work

lindapupcat

No, doesnt work



Contact customer service via chat and they will apply the discount manually for 1 item. I did that yesterday.

Harringtons is a good price £13.27 subscribe and save for 4x 2kg, the voucher brings it down to £9.46

notsram

Shame my fussy moggies won’t eat Whiskas...


I got 2 lots of this (one as low as £13 something), now my 2 cats wont eat it.
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