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Purina Supercoat Cat Food 8kg $29.99 (Was $44) + Free Delivery over $49 (Or Free C&C) @ My Pet Warehouse


My Pet Warehouse has reduced all Purina Supercoat Cat Food 8kg down to $29.99

And if you sign up to their newsletter, you will get a $10 off voucher on orders over $60.

Plus free delivery over $49. or free Click and Collect.

Edit: Some are back in stock

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  • +1 vote

    Worth it?

    • +1 vote


      Don't feed this to your pet, even if you hate your pet.


      If you’ve read the review of Purina Pro Plan, then I’m sure you’re expecting this cheaper offering from Purina to be carnage. You’ll be right.

      I’ll focus on the Adult Chicken recipe for this review, but they’re all as bad as this.

      Credit where credit is due, Nestle Purina are very good at what they do – marketing. Their food is terrible, and I wouldn’t say that without the facts to prove it. Please read on…

      We’ll start with a simple question – Is a cat herbivore, omnivore, or carnivore? That’s right, they’re a carnivore; they eat meat. So why does Supercoat have wholegrain cereal and cereal by-products as the main ingredient? And if cereal isn’t bad enough, this includes by-products of cereal – are they talking about floor sweepings? This is terrible.

      Thankfully there’s a meat product as the second ingredient, but it’s very obscure. They can’t even clarify exactly what kind of meat it is – chicken, beef, lamb, or it might be some kind of poultry? It also contains by-products, which could be any part of those animals. Beaks, hooves, pig noses, who knows? This is meat carnage lucky dip.

      I really don’t need to continue. Any food that has a filler as the main ingredient is a lousy food. It’s a solid 1 star. Buy something else.


      Wholegrain cereals and/or cereal by-products; meat and meat by-products (chicken, beef and/or lamb) and/or poultry by-products; vegetable proteins and natural fibres (including yucca extract); minerals, vitamins and amino acids (including, potassium chloride and/or phosphoric acid, sodium chloride and/or calcium carbonate; vitamin E, zinc sulphate, ferrous sulphate, niacin, copper sulphate, manganous oxide, pantothenic acid, thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, vitamin A, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, vitamin D3, potassium iodide, cobalt carbonate, sodium selenite, vitamin B12; choline chloride; taurine and/or methionine); natural flavours; garlic, rosemary plant extract.

    • -1 vote

      Everything in moderation. Plenty of people on this website will poo poo this product - but if you recognise that you’ll need to supplement this food with some vegetables and meat from your fridge - and not use it exclusively - you’ll be fine

  • -1 vote

    ‘McDonald’s for cats’ is what I was told by a friend in the industry. I had been feeding my cat this because that was what the previous owner had been using. I spent more money on some better food for my cat’s wellbeing and I threw the rest in the bin. I never looked at Dr Harry the same way again.