Supermarket foods? Which ones are actually good?

(9 Posts)
Nataleejah Sat 08-Feb-14 12:30:29

Our PDSA vet said most of them are fine, you can buy expensive ones if you feel like spoiling your cat.
So far we tried IAMS, Sheba, Gourmet Gold -- i wonder if they are actually better than Whiskas or Kitekat, or just more expensive?

Nojustalurker Sat 08-Feb-14 12:32:29

We were advised by vet that dried food is better but only specialised dried food eg hills and royal cain.

A lot of people have suggested avoiding go cat.

Nataleejah Sat 08-Feb-14 12:39:29

We give her part dry food part wet food. Previous owners fed her pretty much crap -- happy shoppers, etc.

yolothankgod Sat 08-Feb-14 14:34:20

I have found Butchers Cat food to be the best and I have tried an awful lot if different ones .

It can also be picked up at a reasonable price , Homebargains are selling it at 39p a tin , its the only one my cats will eat now

issey6cats Sat 08-Feb-14 17:29:12

i also feed mine butchers classic meat as its high meat and no cereal, the reason go cat and whiskas isnt that good is the cereal content, i also feed mine asdas fish in hjelly as this gives them variety and also no cereal high fish content price wise around £3 for six tins

Mine will eat anything but I usually go for Butchers or Whiskas

Are there 2 different Butchers brands? Looking on amazon I found 'Butcher's Classics' & just 'Butcher's for Cats' - is the Classic the best one?

MissHobart Wed 12-Feb-14 20:20:29

Ours have Tesco dry food and Tesco pouches with gravy, they're all quite happy!

issey6cats Thu 13-Feb-14 14:19:53

i dont know about butchers for cats i use the butchers classic that is the high meat no cereal one

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