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Whiskers creamy soup.....

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mineofuselessinformation Tue 06-Sep-16 22:55:08

Any thoughts? I've had a couple of pouches free and MOG (miserable old git) has wolfed it down....
However, tonight he shoved his head under while I was squeezing the pouch into the bowl and his face looked like an explosion in a snot factory...... It truly looks (and smells, if I'm honest) revolting so I was wondering if others have tried it. (This is a supplement to his usual Felix 'as good as it looks' meat.)

Mycatsabastard Tue 06-Sep-16 23:00:21

Girl cat 1 gets fed this as she really doesn't eat the meat wet food, only licks the jelly off.

So I bought some and she goes nuts for it. I know it looks like a bowl of sick but she seemingly thinks it's a combination of fresh chicken and catnip judging by her face when I put it down grin

Boy cat eats the bits she leaves (after eating his own food)

Girl cat 3 may end up having his as she has a few teeth missing and she doesn't even crunch her biscuits, just sort of inhales them. She ends up knocking her wet food everywhere trying to eat it as well. Bless her, she's still hiding under DD's bed two weeks after we brought her home.

Girl cat 2 won't eat anything wet. She's weird.

mineofuselessinformation Tue 06-Sep-16 23:34:10

The inhaling it sounds like what he did tonight!
Still if he eats it (he's old and thin), that's a good thing as long as he doesn't do horrendous shits in his tray overnight.

PenguindreamsofDraco Wed 07-Sep-16 09:10:04

I got some of this for my (then) ill 20yo after I saw a thread AnyFucker posted expressing hmm at the concept.

Oh my Lord she loves it - absolutely hoovers it up - and in fact managed to put on 250g in a week grin I think I actually prefer the look of it to the LickyLix things, which just look like diarrhoea.

Mycatsabastard Wed 07-Sep-16 10:15:18

Could Whiskas have put the Dreamies crack cocaine stuff in it? Seems they are definitely onto a winner and for older cats who don't eat very well, it must be great that they are finally interested in something.

Local Asda had sold out of it last week so we are down to two sachets but hopefully will have some back in when I shop this week.

QuestionableMouse Wed 07-Sep-16 10:46:08

Nine of mine would touch it. Even greedy dog had one lick then walked away.

mineofuselessinformation Wed 07-Sep-16 21:28:52

He's still getting the odd pouch here and there - and eating the lot in one go.... smile

RubbishMantra Wed 07-Sep-16 22:01:27

I just tried mine (as a supplement) on the Animonda Rafiné Soupé.

They hated the one with Turkey & Lamb in a creamy yogurt sauce. Perhaps because I didn't serve pitta bread on the side? Loved the other flavours though, especially the Beef & Pasta in Tomato sauce and Salmon & Shrimps in a herb sauce. Ate the Poultry & Beef in cheese sauce, but with less enthusiasm.

This time of year I'm being a tad indulgent, to ensure they have enough water in their system, and Gourmet Soup goes down well here. Rinse the pouch out with a little bit of water, and stir that in.

RubbishMantra Wed 07-Sep-16 22:38:06

*...luckily neither of my boys seem to be wheat/grain intolerant, unless semolina doesn't count? (Re, the tomato, beef pasta one).

Lilybensmum1 Wed 07-Sep-16 22:42:53

I recieved 2 of these in the post today my dcat loves it, it does look disgusting though! My dd gave it to dcat and asked if someone was trying to poison her as it looked awful grin.

redredwineandlotsofit Wed 07-Sep-16 22:53:52

Had a couple of samples in post. Dcat does not like wet food and turned his nose up at these as well. He does though adore gormet cat soup and licks the bowl clean. I do not buy it very often but he's on antibiotics and pain relief at the moment (silly boy lost a fight and fractured his paw recently) and I use this to get his medicine down him

RubbishMantra Wed 07-Sep-16 23:04:01

Why don't I get free samples in the post! angry grin

All I get is take-away menus!

redredwineandlotsofit Wed 07-Sep-16 23:18:47

Rubbish - mine came via Tesco where I normally buy Dcats food so I think it depends on your shopping habits.

Broken1Girl Thu 08-Sep-16 07:47:06

Got samples in post from Tesco too.
I genuinely almost threw up putting this out envy (not envy)
BrokenCat enjoyed it at first, didn't eat it all though. Probably a bit too rich. Or she has taste.

RubbishMantra Thu 08-Sep-16 16:12:37

I buy the 6 packs of Butchers and their Dreamies from Tesco, redredwine rest of their supplies from Zooplus.

Maybe it's because I don't buy Whiskas products?

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