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Feline Fayre

Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by erin, May 8, 2010.


  1. erin

    erin PetForums Junior

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    Does anybody else feed this?

    Im trying Jerry out on some foods that will hopefully make the transition to a full wet diet a little easier. I saw this whilst shopping in Asda earlier, so I got couple of the Tuna,white meat and prawn tins and he loves it, the bowls licked clean.
    Ive never heard of it before and am wondering why its so cheap as the ingrediants actually look quite good with a high meat/fish content.

    I hope its not to good to be true and there are no hidden nasties in it as he seems to prefer it a whole lot more to hilife!!

    Ive tried him with some watered down cat milk to, he turned his nose up at it, so I put some down with out water and he lapped it all up lol, fussy cat!!
     
  2. billyboysmammy

    billyboysmammy PetForums VIP

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    I'm a big fan of feline feyre! Good quality foods at good prices, and easy to get hold of!

    One thing you do need to keep in mind is that not all their foods are complete.

    All the foods in black are complete.
    All blue pouches and tins are complimentory, so should only be used a few times a week as a treat.


    Hope that helps xxxx
     
  3. mckitty

    mckitty PetForums VIP

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    i actually buy this instead of hi life now, bracken loves the tuna and salmon pouches
     
  4. DKDREAM

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    where is this available
     
  5. sequeena

    sequeena PetForums VIP

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    Cotton has a pouch in the morning and applaws dry throughout the day :) For anyone who does feed it the boxes of 8 are £1 in Morrisons (not on offer it's the normal price). Cotton has about 60 :lol:
     
  6. Vampyria

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    Just fed Locke some Feline Fayre for the first time last night; the Tuna White Meat and Prawn pouches. Locke hasn't been very well since Friday afternoon so he's off his food. I originally got Feline Fayre as a nice change from HiLife (and for him to try a new brand) - but thought that I'd try and entice him to eat with it. Well, he ate half of the pouch with no problem which was good progress!

    Its hard to tell how much he likes it because he's poorly, but I can imagine he'll wolf it down once he's better! I myself am very impressed with the quality - the majority of the food is tuna flakes and there is pieces of prawn here and there as well. Looks good enough for people to eat! :D
     
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    I've just discovered Feline Fayre in Asda and Mai Tai thinks it's great. She's not that keen on the fishy pouches but loves the meat in little tins. Excellent value:thumbup:
     
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    Aw bless him!! It really is nice looking stuff isn't it? :D
     
  9. Vampyria

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    Very! I thought the fish ones would smell quite strong but they're really not that bad at all :D
     
  10. sequeena

    sequeena PetForums VIP

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    The tuna one gets me a bit strange considering I love tuna :eek: but Cotton wolfs it down so I don't mind :thumbup:
     
  11. erin

    erin PetForums Junior

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    Jerry and Caspurr are absolutely loving it, they are still licking the bowls clean after 5 days of feeding it, this can only be a good sign.
     
  12. Kaitlyn

    Kaitlyn PetForums Senior

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    Tiggr must be weird! I bought 4 pouches as a bit of a treat when we got Harley back and so far she's turned her nose up at 2 of them straight off, she don't seem to like the Tuna or Pilchard. Got Salmon and Seafood yet but im doubting she'll eat them either lol.
     
  13. sequeena

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    Oh no!! :( Try the Salmon and Tuna that smells the nicest out of the lot I think.

    Perhaps she's not a fishy fan? :eek:
     
  14. hobbs2004

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    Don't forget though that the blue sachets are complimentary food; only the black sachets are complete. ;)
     
  15. Kaitlyn

    Kaitlyn PetForums Senior

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    Thanks Sequeena i'll give that one a go tonight.. she'll eat fish flavoured dry no probs.

    Trust her to prefer junk food instead of good stuff... fussy lady.
     
  16. Kiona

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    We tried the chicken and ham (black) pouch tonight and I have to say, I was drooling at it, nevermind them!
     
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    Try the different coloured pouches or tins. Mine wont touch the blue or black pouches but really like the black tins
     
  18. alisondalziel

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    I've just started buying feline fayre.

    My youngest got a touch of the runs but she is improving.

    All 3 love the black tins and im soooo impressed by the price, amazing!!
     
  19. Kaitlyn

    Kaitlyn PetForums Senior

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    I've bought one more black pouch for her to try.. chicken and ham. She really doesn't like her fish anymore turned her nose up at fresh tuna, salmon and cod :O

    Saw the 3 pack of black tins in B and M's the other day for a stupid price!! If she gets on with the pouch i'll try the tins. She's hardly eating at the moment with the heat, only munching on her dry very occasionally.
     
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