Best wet food??

(11 Posts)
Itsalwayssunny Tue 02-Feb-16 22:34:10

Can people give some thoughts on the best wet food for cats? I am looking for something fairly decent with a high meat content etc. TIA

Wolfiefan Tue 02-Feb-16 22:35:20

Can I lurk? Can't find a food my cats will eat that doesn't um make them fart!

Micah Tue 02-Feb-16 22:38:06

Thrive.

Expensive, but the highest meat content i could find. I buy it in bulk from zooplus.

FlowersAndShit Wed 03-Feb-16 00:14:48

If you're looking for mid-range, affordable, easily available... then Feline fayre (only black packets/tins are complete) and hilife tempt me are good.

Applaws/Almo nature/Lily's kitchen are even better but much more costly. Also some of them are not complete foods so be careful with those.

hollinhurst84 Wed 03-Feb-16 00:17:48

Natures menu is pretty good. Mine likes the country hunter stuff

RoastChickenDinner Wed 03-Feb-16 05:36:58

Someone on here recommended Butcher's Choice to me. We're only on tin 1, but seems to be going down well.

PinkSparklyPussyCat Wed 03-Feb-16 08:50:36

Harry will only eat Wainwrights tuna pouches which are around 45% tuna. I've tried him on various other things but no luck. Before he broke his jaw he would only eat James Wellbeloved dry food. I'm hoping he will eat it again one day as we've got bags of the stuff!

Talulaley Fri 05-Feb-16 09:08:17

I only fed Butchers tinned food, it's either Classic our Choice, I'll check when I'm home, but it's got high meat content, no wheat added, my three cats love it and thrive on it - and it's not expensive, works out about £0.42 per tin I think.

Talulaley Fri 05-Feb-16 09:10:17

Just checked, it's Butchers Classic.

Itsalwayssunny Fri 05-Feb-16 13:31:43

Thanks for all the suggestions!

RoastChickenDinner Sun 07-Feb-16 09:45:25

You're right Talula, it is called Butcher's Classic, not butcher's choice.

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