I’ve just ordered the chicken &salmon for £8.60 to try
Cod & shrimp (as noted by OLDSKOOL) is still on offer.
Price has gone up to £10.47 already.
£10.33 for me. The raw packs are well loved by my cats. 30 x Cod and Shrimp is £8.34 £7.92 SS though! Almo Nature Daily Adult Cat Complete No Gluten Wet Food with Cod and Shrimps - (Pack of 30 x 70g Pouches): Amazon.co.uk: Pet Supplies
I've been feeding my cat the Almo urinary wet food which he enjoys much more than the Hill's equivalent
If you buy these in bulk like me Zooplus is good value. Currently getting 2x10 KG bags with 5% off and free delivery. Cost £45.39. Further 3% off if you are in their savings plan taking it down to £44.22 Iams
Lamb... not seen that one before... and with S&S brill price @£21.24 for 10KG....and the bloody cat goes nuts over this stuff (y) Bizarrely this was exactly the same price I paid for the same size (Chicken) back in Jan 2019 (horror)
This should be hotter in my opinion.
Related deals : Tesco meal for one chicken tikka masala ain't for sharing (lol)
One of ours stuffs itself until it throws up (wet or dry) the other self-regulates very well. It's difficult to portion control when you can't get about too easily, but we have managed to reduce the vomiting from at least twice a day to about once a week. If there was a dehydration issue it's been fixed since we bought a water fountain for them. They drink from it at least twice as much as they did when using just a bowl.
Yes, some cats can over indulge if you let them, best way is just to portion it out if that's the case. Mine is a pretty good self-regulator, though. She prefers to just graze through the day and not overeat. Much like people, depends a lot on the cat (:I (y)
It depends on several factors and which studies you choose to believe. Some studies say there is evidence that dry food can cause dehydration whilst others say it doesn't. If you leave dry food out some cats will over indulge and get fat. There is a bunch of other issues and as is normal today the more you read, the less you know what to believe or choose.
That's handy. This stuff is heavy and I need something strong to carry it.
So... this arrived (forgot to cancel) - my very fussy cat won't touch it if I give it to him on it's own, nor will he go near it if I put in on dry food (he doesn't like dry food, this doesn't make it more palatable), BUT if I pour it on his Sheba Fine Flakes he'll eat it. He gives it 3 out 5 meows.
Ah! bugger he won't touch dry stuff.. so if I'm just adding it to his Sheba not much point.
Just remember, these are complementary, not complete, so they will still need to get the majority of their nutrition from complete wet/dry foods.
i might try some and see if the cat agrees. He's really fussy, won't each chicken, beef etc, only fishy stuff. But he has 4 Shebas a day, so would be 6 of these. So 4 days worth of food (if he likes it) EDIT: Will give it a go, ordered 4 and seemed to come out cheaper than expected: Apply Order SummaryItem(s) Subtotal: £33.28 Postage & Packing: £0.00 Total Before VAT: £33.28 VAT: £6.64 Total: £39.92 Promotion Applied: -£14.99 Grand Total: £24.93
Not expensive for the quality of this food much better than Sheba