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      14.07.2013 18:50
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      Daisy and Layla were not pleased with them,

      I've got 2 cats who both eat a mixture of wet and dry food so when I was walking around our local Poundland and spotted a 900g  bag of Webbox Stars for obviously £1.00 I decided to buy some to see if my girls would eat them although to be honest I didn't hold out too much hope they are fussy little things.

      Webbox Cat Stars are sold in a strong plastic bag which is mainly blue in colour, the front of the bag has little stars all over it and shows a picture of a cat along with a bowl of Webbox cat stars. The Webbox logo is displayed on the front too where is also states that this is a complete cat food and contains no artificial flavour, promotes dental health and has been made with fresh chicken. 

      The rest of the bag is taken up with the ingredients and a feeding guide, personally I don't bother with the feeding guide, I think each cat is different and its just common sense really. 

      I opened the bag with scissors, there's no re-sealable strip along the top so its a case of folding it over and putting a clip on it. 

      The actual stars are little brown biscuits, similar to many dried cat food brands, they are not star shaped at all they are more like little squares. The biscuits are various shades of brown and don't have hardly any smell, just a very faint meat/cereal smell. The biscuits don't look very nice, not that any cat food does but I do think some dried food looks nicer than others.

      When I first gave Daisy and Layla these new biscuits they looked at them with great interest, after an initial sniff Daisy tucked in and Layla walked away in disgust. 
      I persevered with the Webbox Stars for a couple of days but by then neither of them would eat them and when my girls decide they don't like something there no way they will touch it I was throwing it away everyday. 

      I don't really blame my girls for not eating the Webbox Stars, they didn't smell very meaty and certainly didn't look as nice as other dried foods they have had. 

      I gave the rest of the bag to my friend who has a cat that will eat anything and has since finished the bag. I wont be buying Webbox Stars again and my 2 fur babies certainly wouldn't recommend them. 

      I bought the Webbox Stars from my local pound shop but they are also available at other pet stores and online shops where they are all selling for round about the same price give or take a few pence but I wont be buying the, again. 


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