Asda Tiger Chunks in Jelly Selection Reviews
Product Type: Asda cat food
Description:Brand: Asda / Food Type: Cat Food
Newest Review: ... on the design budget, that's for sure... Each one is entirely coloured in the same shade with the wording printed in a bold, ... more
by - written on 03/05/09 (Very useful, 96 readings)
We have a cat called Morris - he's a black and white numpty with a passion for bringing semi-dead/alive things into the house - yuck! I'm not much of a cat person - I've always been a doggy type of girl but my husband always had cats as a child and now we have a cat too. Our first cat, Molly was a tortoiseshell pussy cat - very sweet and lovely. She gave me a false impression of cats and did nothing to prepare me for evil Morris! So Morris and me, we agree to disagree and keep ourselves to ourselves lol Anyway, point being, despite him trying to find his own food in ours and our neighbours' gardens, he does need fed! We started off on the name brands ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/08 (Very useful, 256 readings)
As most of you know we have recently moved into a cottage in the Great Orme Country Park in Llandudno. You may guess from the description that there is plenty of grass, trees, shrubs etc - in fact an ideal place for a cat to live! We had decided that, once we were settled we would get ourselves a cat, but fate took over and last week a stray cat decided to adopt us! I'm told by my sister that it is very lucky if a cat adopts you so let's hope that's the case! Anyway we organised a trip to the vet to get him checked over and make sure that all was well as he had been living rough for a while and of course we needed to get food for him. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/13 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Being a convenience shopper rather than a "big-shopper" I usually shop at the local Co-op and so feed my cats Co-op supreme food. I prefer to buy pouches, and I find the chunks in jelly far easier to dish up and serve than the gravy version. Recently when my local Co-op was out of stock, the next nearest store was Asda, so I picked up two 12-packs of these "Tiger" pouches for £5 - saving about 80p on the Co-op cost, which was a bonus! The only variety they had in jelly was the fish selection, so I bought one of those and one which was assorted poultry pouches, 6 in jelly and 6 in gravy. The box is a very plain appearance, all ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/08 (Very useful, 89 readings)
I know that it states that you have to actually try the product yourself, but forgive me, I can honestly say I have not myself ate this cat food, instead my two cats Mylo and Malachi have tried and tested probably every brand of cat food there is. As you can guess this is a slightly cheaper brand of cat food, ASDA's own brand which they have names Tiger. A box of twelve sachets usually costs around £2.09. It comes in the forms of Tins, Sachets and foil tins. However I have never seen the foil tins, unless they are scooped up in an instant at my local ASDA. They also do this in Kitten and senior cat food. You can also get a 48 pack which costs around £10 which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/13 (Very useful, 53 readings)
As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat. We have 3 cats living in our house, we just pay the morgage As the saying goes, there is no snooze button on a cat who wants breakfast. My boys are very vocal but are also just a teeny bit choosy, whilst the whole house is reduced to Smart Price, my boys lowest brand drop is definitely Tiger from Asda. Anything cheaper is definitely verbalised and a protest occurs and Im reduced to using tuna that I've bought for us as its cheaper than corner shop Whiskas. They will eat Felix as well. Tiger is the Asda Brand of wet cat food, it comes in various forms. Pouches of 100g for 28p (12 for £2.68). There are posh ... Read the complete review
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