Feline Fayre Cat Food in General Reviews
Description:Brand: Feline Fayre / Food Type: Cat Food
Newest Review: ... sugars and rubbish! I came across these pouches in Asda which were selling at 4 for £1, The packet advertised 'contains 60% real fish' which I thought was amazingly high compared to the 4% many others offer especially at such a bargain price! My cat and kitten (and dog) went wild for these pouches! I bought a selection of the fish flavours; Pilchards, Seafood platter, Tuna etc. There isn't ... more
Customer Feline Fayre Cat Food in General Reviews (9)
by Kerry - written on 28/07/12
My Barney loves the fish pouches. The Tuna has 44% real tuna inside each one, and all the other varieties are good too. The tuna pouch is 100% full of big chunks inside. I compared it to the Whiskers tuna pouch, that only had around 4 % real Tuna inside. If you are looking for an excellent quality cat food buy this. Morrisons also sell a good selection of Feline Fayre as well as Asda.
by Christy - written on 19/07/12
I have been through all the range of cat foods offered in the supermarkets and the fish flavour in black packets is what my two cats have settled on. I feed my girls boiled chicken and boiled fish but these packets are convenient in the mornings when i am up early. My Cats are extremely fussy eaters but this food is gobbled up mightily quick. They are not too keen on the chicken flavours but will eat some of it.
by - written on 29/06/12 (Useful, 636 readings)
I had previously been buying Hills pouches to give to my cat alongside his dry food but found them to be very expensive but I refused to buy the cheaper brands which contain as little as 4% meat or fish and the rest sugars and rubbish! I came across these pouches in Asda which were selling at 4 for £1, The packet advertised 'contains 60% real fish' which I thought was amazingly high compared to the 4% many others offer especially at such a bargain price! My cat and kitten (and dog) went wild for these pouches! I bought a selection of the fish flavours; Pilchards, Seafood platter, Tuna etc. There isn't one they don't like. At the moment they are too ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/12 (Useful, 237 readings)
My cat Bernie is ridiculously fussy for a rescue cat. Sometimes she'll put up with a cat food for a little while then go completely off it, refusing to eat. This is a giant waste of money if I've stocked up. However when I discovered Feline Fayre's fish pouches she was a total convert. The pouches are really convenient as you can get from Asda either singly at 34p or in a multi-pack of 8 at £1.99. You can see the fish chunks in them and they have a high fish content compared even to premium brands. The company is a small, family run one according to their website which I prefer over a giant multi-national. I would provide a couple of words of ... Read the complete review
by sean - written on 21/02/12
My cat Ocsar is a male ragdoll, aged 3 1/2. He has been quite a fussy eater from day one, often leaving half, if not all of his food daily. I've tried many brands, always been careful not to buy the really cheap stuff. He also has quite a sensitive tummy, and used to vomit quite a bit after over endulging in the dried food he also gets with his wet food. I've started him on pets at home dry food for cats with sensitive stomach, and i recently discovered "Feline fayre". Well, what a difference this food has made. He never leaves a drop, and he's now eating 2-3 tins of this a day. I was getting this product from B & M store in Leeds, however they haven't had Read the complete review