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|Price||£15 for a 3kg bag|
|Food according to Life Stage||Senior|
|Variety of flavours||Liitle variety|
|Tooth kind?||Added fluoride|
|Nutritional Value||No need for extra vitamins|
Our names are Sammy and James, We are 15 year old black british shorthaired cats and we want to tell you all about this Iams Senior 7+We have another cat in our house, called smitten but he is quite young and is in bed. Mum has just popped downstairs to put the kettle on so together we are sitting hear ready to tell you about this food she gets for us.
A few weeks ago, we saw that monstrous cat basket come out of the cuboard and we scarpered. That only means one of two things, either we are moving again or she is taking us to the vets. She was cursing as she could not find us and the dogs came looking for us and gave the game away. We ended up in that basket and we were not impressed. 15 mins later we could smell other pets and knew it was the vets and we howled like mad.She took us into the vets and showed him our fur and how straggly looking it had been. Mum had a bet with her hubby that the vet would give us some tablets and an injection. Sure enough he did. Allergy to fleas take this. Give mum her dues, she does speak her mind and said rubbish. We laughed in our baskets. Mum uses front line for fleas and a house spray, only the best and refused to accept this. After muttering a few choice words to her self we were back in the car and on our way home.
Now we are indoor cats now and we have great pleasure in using the litter tray when they are about to cook. She who must be obeyed is not impressed with this. Our fir is missing everywhere on our tails and backs and she cuddles us and gets upset as we used to have such lovely fur.Well a few weeks a go, she came back with this 3kg bag of food, was not our normal brand so we will try and explain it to you.
It also state that you must introduce this with your normal food over a couple of days and that you must also have water out when you are feeding us dry food.It states that you should feed half in the morning and half at night. Well to be honest mum feeds us at 5pm on the dot every day and we nibble througout the day and night at our will. This works well until the dogs get a sniff of it and they tend to help themselves occassionally.
Well today mum walks in with the new bag and we all shout the Iams is here. We run over to the feeding table and smash one of our cat bowls. Whoops mum is not impressed and then goes to pick it up and trips over the dog and the bag goes everywhere and the dogs get a free lunch. After a lot of cussing yet again we get our tea and we eat it and mmmmm its so nice.What is different about it
Well first of all mum says our mmm sorry for this poos are not runny and smelly any more and they are now firm stool. Funny I sit on a stool and it is always firm, never mind.It also keeps the condition of your teeth in order and keeps our breath smelling of roses, ok then maybe of chicken but its healthier.
It looks after our heart. Do not forget we are pensioners and after the age of 7 our metabolism slows down and our food has to change.Activity, this is what drives our mum mad, before Iams we were growing old peacefully. With Iams we are driving her crackers, we have become very active and are bouncing around everywhere and even taking on those pesky dogs.
Oh boy yes it does, we have our fur growing back and we have put on weight as well as mum felt we were getting a bit too skinny.
Does it work
She also thought she was been clever by putting the litter tray outside and opening the kitchen window near our table so we could go out. In fact all we did was go through the back door and found the litter tray outside and pooed there for all the neighbour hood to see. Our poos have become solid and dont smell as much.Our breath is a lot fresher and we have become very active to the point she thinks she has got a couple of kittens lol. Even the younger kitten tries and nibbles this, the cheek of it, robbing us of our food. We claim pensioners rights.
I am glad mum challenged the vets and decided to buy us this. It is so yummy.Customer Services
or write to
Iams Consumer Services
Po box 420
Newcastle upon Tyne
Iams Kitten - for our younger friends
Iams Hairball - for cats who suffer from this
Iams Light - for fat cats lol
Iams Senior - thats for cats 7+
The packets come in orange, blue and burgundy and can be bought in 300g, 1kg and 3kg. These vary in price anything from £2.50 to £15 depending where you buy them from.They are available from most supermarkets nationwide and pet stores. Mums gripe is £15 is a lot to pay for 3kg considering others are around £5 but she is happy doing this as it makes us better and we have nice shiney coats growing back and we have definately have put on a bit of weight.
Oh just one more thing, Iams say try their product for 3 weeks and if you do not like it they will give you your money back. Save your till receipt just in case but we do not think you will be disappointed.A 3kg bag will last for 120 meals. There are 3 of us in this house and it lasts for just over a month so that is about right.
Would be recommend it?
Every cat should live on Iams
Sammy and James aged 15.
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