Good price. What are these like?, well ok, how do they compare to say Felix? My cat can be quite fussy, although he’s been ok with Felix AGAIG for almost 2 years.
All Sheba Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2019
Thanks so much for posting
Mine never is :p
Clearly my maths is not on point today
23p by my calculations on S&S
40p a packet...not a great price considering you can get 3 for £1 in Home Bargains, etc
Why are they dicks? Just fussy. That doesn't equal a dick to me. If they do it deliberately then that's different. :D
Be careful, I signed up to a similar deal on Felix via Amazon and within two months they’d upped the price by a tenner. Great deal whilst it lasts though.
Poultry in jelly is £11:99 for 40 in home bargains at the minute. P.s. my cats are dicks too XD
Thanks, my cat is also a d***. Ordered :)
£11 for the fish here too, usually £12.99 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B074F2M8V3
Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months :(
Thanks you so much for posting, my cats love Sheba.
Won’t let me S&S
They had 5 so i got them. Will use the empty tins to store from one raider cat who can shred the pouches like paper.
down to about £1.24 today still marked at £3.24 on the shelf pets at home( Suffolk)
Tesco Beckton have loads
It's only £2.00 in Tesc
Thanks, appreciated, never knew amazon sold cat food :)
I googled it and the first result was amazon at £22.50 plus a 20% off tick box bringing it down to £18 which is far cheaper than Sainsbury’s. £3 vs £3.75 per 12 pack https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01JS4Y8NI/ref=asc_df_B01JS4Y8NI57909251/?tag=googshopuk-21&creative=22110&creativeASIN=B01JS4Y8NI&linkCode=df0&hvadid=309990657539&hvpos=1o2&hvnetw=g&hvrand=16384361358785063116&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1007000&hvtargid=pla-565383144178&th=1&psc=1
Would appreciate any links to where I can buy this cheaper as we're a family on a budget but it's the only cat food our fussy cat will eat, tia
Hi OP, Thanks for posting it. I just saw it I guess the HUKD'rs already for there hands on it. But I'll try it anyway in my stores in London. Which stores did you try it in. Others here as well have you tried it as well and were you successful.
Oooo, would love to get some of these for my fussy fur baby.
Thanks for posting (y)
These were £8 in my local on New Year's Eve and that was in the clearance section!
That's great, but i personally don't have a Costco and can't drive. So for me, this a good deal on subscribe and save.I appreciate the savings though if Costco is accessible.
Cheaper in Costco less than £10
Fair enough. I have never noticed it before as my fussy cats will only ever eat Felix AGAIL. It is 12.00 in Tesco and not sure of other supermarkets. So for me, was a good saving.
This has been 9.60 for the past 6 months + on Amazon. Up the price and add a voucher to make it look like a deal
My cat goes mad for the soups, so I stocked up on these, as it makes it super cheap! Thanks op
Ordered 2x tins and 2x stocking. Thanks op
Also this for £1.79 @ JTF:
thanks @Gozer :)
Seems like the usual price https://www.tesco.com/groceries/en-GB/products/302183096 but available from JTF for £4.79 https://www.jtf.com/christmas-sheba-gift-tin-cat-treats.html
Gift tin? For cat food? :/
Hot from me(y)
Great first post! This should be super hot. There’s a 20% voucher available as well as s&s option. Bargain
Amazing deal! will check my local B&M today and see if there's any stock to salvage =]
Only comment i would make is regarding this as 'high quality adult cat food' because it contains 38% animal derivatives and only 4% chicken. For those who would like more info on animal derivatives see https://en.wikivet.net/Common_ID on ngredients_Used_In_Pet_Food I personally avoid giving my cat any food containing animal derivatives
Great thanks, my first purchase as a prime member :3
Ordered thanks got it for £2.20 as amazon gave me a voucher due to a mistake with my last order
*shakey fist at Wilko*
Rabbit for cat?
Can't order any of them. Expired
17 left , can’t order as you need to buy 20.
Apologies, somehow quoted the wrong person's comment, you quoted the comment that referenced Unilever and when replying via mobile (for some reason the formatting is all squiffy) I've grabbed your comment but not the one it was in response to (which didn't seem to show up as a separate quote).
Had many a vet say to me that you never give your dog Dentastix unless it's a rare treat, they are so bad for them and fattening (despite the annoying advertising making it that it should some kind of 'daily health' product). I wouldn't eat a Mars Bar every day, why on earth would you expect your dog too!
I agree too ...I absolutely wouldn't feed my cats on the foods listed. However, they do get Dreamies as a treat & as a reward when playing with them. Dry foods crack off the dental plaques that can build up and cause decay and gum disease. Often the hidden sugars and ingredients in some less pro health foods, especially wet foods, are to blame for dental issues in cats and dogs. If you do convert to dry food feeding it is VITAL to ensure access to plenty of water. The first ingredient in most wet foods is actually water! I second the person who says people look at how expensive a sack of dry food so buy Whiskas etc not realising that it actually works out more expensive per day to feed their pet. I use the bottomless bowl program that petshop.co.uk operate but appreciate that it may be cheaper to source it elsewhere sometimes. At the end of the day it's about what you are happy to feed and prepared to give your pet. For me that is quality dry food. Hope that helps someone :3
I haven't a clue what you're talking about. I never even mentioned Unilever?
Thanks for the info. I don't own any dogs atm but I'm planning to get one soon
Got my 13 (pffttt) tins... which will not last with our hungry kitties. But sent an email, and they have refunded them so it's all happy again now. Once the refund comes through in about 5-6 days, but shouldn't be a problem there. T'was a nice deal, might have worked and I would be WEEPING if I hadn't gone for it! hehe
I did get 22 tins. I didn't get 22 trays or the 500 or so tins I was expecting ;(
I only got single tins also. Deal isint worth it, you don't get what's advertised
I got a full refund on my tins and was able to keep them
Ahh will get delivery refund if so, was a long shot and worth a go.
I did a search before listing but didn't find it already posted....Doh!
My cat doesn't like this soup but does love the Gourmet Soup, however although she drinks all the soup she leaves all the meat. It's a bit weird, not to mention very wasteful.
I asked my cat if it drank soup. It said, 'Me how?'
Not working for me and I already had delivery on order for tomorrow
Is it just on-line?
Just back from Morrisons. In store, packs of 4x40g is £1.50 These 4x40g packs were not included in the 7 for £3 deal.
wow, how are these getting hot at that weigh, go figure!
They are 40g.
wouldn't be surprised if its an error on the website, all the others are the one 85g trays
Exclusively for Prime MembersThis item at £12.00, is reserved
Oos now for S&S. Heat added tho - good deal gutted I missed it
My thanks also! 🐱🐱
Thanks op, ordered