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RoastChickenDinner Fri 22-Jan-16 07:25:53

Recommended websites please and is it worth it rather than just getting it at the supermarket?

Also interested in reasonably priced recommendations for wet and dry food.

Please and thank you!

RoastChickenDinner Fri 22-Jan-16 07:27:37

PreciousPussGirl says thanks in advance!

OpposableThumbs2 Fri 22-Jan-16 07:31:42

I use Fetch. They are part of Ocado and you can add it on to your food delivery with no extra delivery charge. They have some good deals, particularly on big bags of dry food.

Badumchhhhh Fri 22-Jan-16 07:44:04


We use zooplus for big sacks of Hills dry food. Hills is one that you can get from the vets (where it's very expensive) but much cheaper online. It's a really good one, high nutrient content and good for one of mine who is prone to cystitis because it's got less filler junk in it

AwkwardSquad Fri 22-Jan-16 08:49:04

We use Zooplus for large bags of Royal Canin dry cat food. It's cheaper than Pets at Home even with the delivery charge. Delivery is free over £29 tho.

potap123 Fri 22-Jan-16 08:53:07

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PinkSparklyPussyCat Fri 22-Jan-16 09:16:54

I was using Fetch for Harry's James Wellbeloved. Unfortunately he's now taken a liking to Wainwrights which can only be bought at Pets at Home!

MargaretCabbage Fri 22-Jan-16 09:21:57

I love Zooplus. We've had loads of free gifts over the years as well, with different offers and the points account.

ScoopyDoo Fri 22-Jan-16 09:38:45

Zooplus here too. Good range of products and cheaper, especially if you buy in bulk. Easier as it's delivered too, so no lugging it to the carpark etc.

Archfarchnad Fri 22-Jan-16 16:04:29

We have an account with bitiba and Zooplus (but not in the UK). We find it excellent for getting cheaper top-quality food in bulk, and not having to carry heavy sacks of dry food or litter is brill.

Quietlygoingmad67 Fri 22-Jan-16 16:05:43

Fetch used here to order large bags of royal canin smile

RoastChickenDinner Sat 23-Jan-16 10:41:05

Is Iams better than Purina Senior if feeding a mix of wet and dry?

CatOnMyLap Mon 25-Jan-16 23:28:51

We use Pet Drugs Online. They sell normal food as well as prescription stuff. They have redone their website recently and it is very good. V reasonably priced for Hills kitten food, as well as for our older cat's sensitive food. Very fast delivery and free if you buy in bulk

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