at first wasnt sure about it but daughter had had the other food from these and it looked ok so i though i give it a go omg they wolfed it down was so surprised even the fussy ones ate it and they are hard to please i tell you but i will be buying it again and at this price its worth it and the pieces are just right not too big or small and get decent enough in it
My cat loves these sachets, I discovered this brand by accident and I would definitely recommend it because the value for money is incredible. My cat isn't the fussiest but it's still a pleasure to find things on zooplus at a great price and discover new brands.
I bought this as a cheap alternative for my 7yr old and 1yr old cat - I’ve fed them everything from Sheba to whiskas. My 7 yr old is realllllly fussy and prefers Sheba over anything and always leaves some - since getting this I’m suprised at how much they both love it, especially as it was cheap - I shall defo be buying it again
My cats always loved Lidl premium pouches, but I couldn't always get them. One thing that impressed me is that there are no sugars it it, but it contains inulin (a prebiotic fibre) I realised that Catessy pouches are the same thing as Lidl pouches. Save me a drive to Lidl and I can have it delivered to my door (not to mention that Lidl often sell out of the jelly ones)
My 19 year old cat became very fussy and went off his supermarket bought cat food. His health check was fine so I decided to buy various taster packs from zooplus to see if any of them were to his fancy. He chose Catessy over all the others, including expensive options like royal canin (which he refused to touch at all). It might not be food specifically designed for older cats with all those extra fancy ingredients the more expensive brands have, but what good is all that if your cat doesn't eat it? He loves this food and it gives him everything he needs, plus the sauce keeps his fluid levels up.