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Dine Desire Pure Tuna Whitemeat Pack Cat Food 6 X 85g

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SKU
I247280
Pet
Cat
Life Stage
Adult
Benefits
Dine Cat Food is 100% Complete & Balanced nutrition for adult cats. Every meal is created with great care, from the selection of the finest quality ingredients to the gentle cooking process. Dine meals are charactised by visible pieces of real fish & meat, delicate sauces and unique combination of flavours
Care instructions
This product is intended for occasional or supplemental feeding only. Any unused portion needs to be refrigerated in a sealed container. Use the food within four days of opening.
Breed specific
All
Food Type
Wet
Wet Food Type
Can
Description
The Dine Taste Promise - If your cat doesn't like it, we will refund your money!
Ingredients
Quality Tuna & gelling agents. No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives added
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