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Don't understand these cutdown pouches, are they meant to be a meal for one fat cat or two tiny cats. The normal 100g give two normal sized cats a sensible amount per sitting.
Edited by: "b1g1an" 24th Apr
b1g1an24/04/2020 13:02

Don't get these cutdown pouches, are they meant to be a meal for one fat …Don't get these cutdown pouches, are they meant to be a meal for one fat cat or two tiny cats. The normal 100g give two normal sized cats a sensible amount per sitting.


Yikes, I feed my neighbours cat as they’ve neglected him and don’t take responsibility for his welfare & he eats 2 sachets sometimes more twice a day! He refuses point blank to eat Whiskas though
Voted 🔥 for the price..
Edited by: "mazcymru" 24th Apr
b1g1an24/04/2020 13:02

Don't get these cutdown pouches, are they meant to be a meal for one fat …Don't get these cutdown pouches, are they meant to be a meal for one fat cat or two tiny cats. The normal 100g give two normal sized cats a sensible amount per sitting.


I dont feed my cats whiskas but gourmet perle. I feed my cats 3 pouches each a day. Not sure how whiskas compare but had some hilife essentials at 100g a pack and they still wanted 3 pouches...
mazcymru24/04/2020 13:30

Yikes, I feed my neighbours cat as they’ve neglected him and don’t tak …Yikes, I feed my neighbours cat as they’ve neglected him and don’t take responsibility for his welfare & he eats 2 sachets sometimes more twice a day! He refuses point blank to eat Whiskas though Voted 🔥 for the price..


Starve them enough and they'll eat anything

Strictly speaking you're meant to feed them wet and dried food, our two get half a, full size, pouch each twice a day and similar volume of Aldi dry food inbetween, both senior varieties. They're average sized over 7s and seem to do alright on it.
Robertb9424/04/2020 13:36

I dont feed my cats whiskas but gourmet perle. I feed my cats 3 pouches …I dont feed my cats whiskas but gourmet perle. I feed my cats 3 pouches each a day. Not sure how whiskas compare but had some hilife essentials at 100g a pack and they still wanted 3 pouches...


Are they huge or do you not alternate with dry?
b1g1an24/04/2020 13:02

Don't get these cutdown pouches, are they meant to be a meal for one fat …Don't get these cutdown pouches, are they meant to be a meal for one fat cat or two tiny cats. The normal 100g give two normal sized cats a sensible amount per sitting.



I normally feed mine with Whiskas and they get a dry food mixed with it, they are fed on demand and always have been, it varies on their moods, cats being cats, they are both healthy mature cats, 11 & 12 years old, I get through four pouches a day. Saying don't buy something because you don't agree with something is a bit cheeky, we buy what we like not what others say..
Edited by: "davy.tolmie" 24th Apr
davy.tolmie24/04/2020 13:42

I normally feed mine with Whiskas and they get a dry food mixed with it, …I normally feed mine with Whiskas and they get a dry food mixed with it, they are fed on demand and always have been, it varies on their moods, cats being cats, they are both healthy mature cats, 11 & 12 years old, I get through four pouches a day. Saying don't buy something because you don't agree with something is a bit cheeky, we buy what we like not what others say..


Don't know where you got the idea I said don't buy something? Just said I don't understand this weird size they only sell in big boxes and smacks of trying to make it seem a better deal than it might be like Toblerone etc.

Feed mine on demand too but they are like clockwork on times which is handy.
Cheers, for some reason it came to £11.86 for me.
b1g1an24/04/2020 13:40

Starve them enough and they'll eat anything Strictly speaking you're …Starve them enough and they'll eat anything Strictly speaking you're meant to feed them wet and dried food, our two get half a, full size, pouch each twice a day and similar volume of Aldi dry food inbetween, both senior varieties. They're average sized over 7s and seem to do alright on it.


That’s why I started caring for him as he was literally skin & bone with a horrible eye infection he also needed flea & worm treatment. I’ve tried him with various dry food and he won’t touch it, as for just the two sachet limit, if he’s still sat by his bowl after finishing one I’ll give him another & any leftovers I put out for a stray cat that’s recently appeared who scoffs it. Like we humans, cats are individuals and feed differently who are equally fussy as ourselves!
b1g1an24/04/2020 13:47

Don't know where you got the idea I said don't buy something? Just said I …Don't know where you got the idea I said don't buy something? Just said I don't understand this weird size they only sell in big boxes and smacks of trying to make it seem a better deal than it might be like Toblerone etc.Feed mine on demand too but they are like clockwork on times which is handy.


The "Don't get these" part of your comment lol
davy.tolmie24/04/2020 13:56

The "Don't get these" part of your comment lol


'Don't get...' as in 'Don't understand...'
mazcymru24/04/2020 13:52

That’s why I started caring for him as he was literally skin & bone with a …That’s why I started caring for him as he was literally skin & bone with a horrible eye infection he also needed flea & worm treatment. I’ve tried him with various dry food and he won’t touch it, as for just the two sachet limit, if he’s still sat by his bowl after finishing one I’ll give him another & any leftovers I put out for a stray cat that’s recently appeared who scoffs it. Like we humans, cats are individuals and feed differently who are equally fussy as ourselves!


They are indeed and good on you for caring.
b1g1an24/04/2020 14:02

'Don't get...' as in 'Don't understand...'


Sorry we lose something in the written word as opposed to spoken, it just sounded like don't get them as in buy them.
b1g1an24/04/2020 13:47

Don't know where you got the idea I said don't buy something? Just said I …Don't know where you got the idea I said don't buy something? Just said I don't understand this weird size they only sell in big boxes and smacks of trying to make it seem a better deal than it might be like Toblerone etc.Feed mine on demand too but they are like clockwork on times which is handy.


Nope both below 5kg and recommended by my vet to feed a wet only diet due to previous health issues.
davy.tolmie24/04/2020 14:03

Sorry we lose something in the written word as opposed to spoken, it just …Sorry we lose something in the written word as opposed to spoken, it just sounded like don't get them as in buy them.


No need to apologise, didn't even dawn on me it could be read like that and I always read my posts before submitting to be sure it says what I meant. Have changed the original accordingly.
Edited by: "b1g1an" 24th Apr
Robertb9424/04/2020 14:08

Nope both below 5kg and recommended by my vet to feed a wet only diet due …Nope both below 5kg and recommended by my vet to feed a wet only diet due to previous health issues.


Makes sense
I paid £21 for this 24 hours ago...been delivered today, any chance of getting the difference back do you think?
Home Bargains selling the 80 x 100g Jumbo box for £16.99 for anyone who prefers a store.

Voted hot
RickyBobby24/04/2020 14:54

I paid £21 for this 24 hours ago...been delivered today, any chance of …I paid £21 for this 24 hours ago...been delivered today, any chance of getting the difference back do you think?



Try CS, if that doesn't work just order this and set up a return for the other one and send this back in this place. Selecting something like "not satisfactory" should waive return postage charge, but CS usually sort you out if youre insistent.
Edited by: "3anana" 24th Apr
ndksamb24/04/2020 13:48

Cheers, for some reason it came to £11.86 for me.


You had a 20% voucher stored.
I found one on an account of mine
Sorry to divert things off topic, but my cat has been super fussy lately. Vet thinks it’s stress related as all tests have come back clear. What foods are good when they get bored, and what can I do to make her less stressed with me being home all day? I’ve been considering renting an office just to help her relax.
Funny how Whiskas is always available but I've been waiting a month for Felix to get dispatched my cat won't touch this
donny126624/04/2020 15:46

Sorry to divert things off topic, but my cat has been super fussy lately. …Sorry to divert things off topic, but my cat has been super fussy lately. Vet thinks it’s stress related as all tests have come back clear. What foods are good when they get bored, and what can I do to make her less stressed with me being home all day? I’ve been considering renting an office just to help her relax.


I've heard that these can be quite good, have a look through the comments and see if they sound helpful amazon.co.uk/FEL…h=1
I'll be lucky if my cat eats one pouch of Felix a day. Wouldn't touch anything but Purina Dry chicken and Doubly Delicious. Tried every other food with her and she won't eat anything else. She's a tiny thing.
RickyBobby24/04/2020 14:54

I paid £21 for this 24 hours ago...been delivered today, any chance of …I paid £21 for this 24 hours ago...been delivered today, any chance of getting the difference back do you think?

Amazon stopped refunding price differences a few years ago. i've contacted cs a few times for items that haven't been delivered over prices and they just suggested to cancel and re-order
I have two cats - one is 12 and the other is 9 months old. My vet told me that cats are better off just eating dried food as it is better for their teeth. However, I don't actually do that - I feed my cats 1 pouch each of the wet food for breakfast along with a few biscuits. Then, for the rest of the day, I just feed them the dry biscuits.
Edited by: "Sophiasky" 24th Apr
This came to £11.02 for me. I currently have 15% off for subscribe and save items being delivered in May, but think another voucher must have been added as well, as I got a promotion of £5.93 applied.
b1g1an24/04/2020 13:40

Starve them enough and they'll eat anything Strictly speaking you're …Starve them enough and they'll eat anything Strictly speaking you're meant to feed them wet and dried food, our two get half a, full size, pouch each twice a day and similar volume of Aldi dry food inbetween, both senior varieties. They're average sized over 7s and seem to do alright on it.


Not true and exceptionally dangerous advice.

Cats who don't eat for 2-3 days begin to develop Hepatic Lipidosis, which quickly leads to organ failure and death.
pr2thej25/04/2020 09:57

Not true and exceptionally dangerous advice.Cats who don't eat for 2-3 …Not true and exceptionally dangerous advice.Cats who don't eat for 2-3 days begin to develop Hepatic Lipidosis, which quickly leads to organ failure and death.


And obviously a joke to anyone but yourself!
b1g1an25/04/2020 10:20

And obviously a joke to anyone but yourself!


Whether you intended it as a joke or not is irrelevant. And honestly, not something that should be joked about.
pr2thej25/04/2020 10:31

Whether you intended it as a joke or not is irrelevant. And honestly, not …Whether you intended it as a joke or not is irrelevant. And honestly, not something that should be joked about.


Not at all, what you said about feeding is quite right but you need to work on your delivery.
b1g1an25/04/2020 10:44

Not at all, what you said about feeding is quite right but you need to …Not at all, what you said about feeding is quite right but you need to work on your delivery.


I'm absolutely fine with a personal attack if that means your acknowledge your mistake.
pr2thej25/04/2020 10:48

I'm absolutely fine with a personal attack if that means your acknowledge …I'm absolutely fine with a personal attack if that means your acknowledge your mistake.


Lol, I haven't made any mistake and you just attacked me for sharing a smile in these gloomy times.
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