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Hilife essential pouches

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hugoagogo Sat 29-Mar-14 19:11:09

I've bought these for our puss a couple of times and she loves them, and they are so cheap-£1 for 4 in asda.

But I feel dirty and cheap; they can't be good for her can they?

She turns her nose up at loads of nicer more expensive stuff, what to do?

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 29-Mar-14 19:32:09

If its cereal free & high in protein whats the harm?.

hugoagogo Sat 29-Mar-14 19:41:08

9% protein is that good?

I can't see cereals on the label; so that's good, but what do they mean about 'various sugars'?

Fluffycloudland77 Sat 29-Mar-14 19:45:16

No idea about the sugars but 9% is ok, some of the whiskas I've looked at is only 7.5

cozietoesie Sat 29-Mar-14 19:52:04

I suspect you're either getting an exceptional deal or they've priced them wrongly - they're a lot more than that in some other stores. Also, check the size of the pouches. Most standard pouches are 100g but Hilife are, as far as I can see, only 80g. (So you can add on 20% to the price for notional comparisons if that's the case.) I'd relax.

hugoagogo Sat 29-Mar-14 19:56:11

They are 85g which is fine, as she is just a little tiddler and has biscuits too.

Hmm right I will stop feeling bad and just stock up on more grin

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