Go-Cat Crunchy & Tender Cat Food Review
Freebie Review: Go-Cat Crunchy & Tender Cat Food Sample
29th February 2016 posted by Peter
WHAT WE GOT
We signed up on the Go-Cat website and filled out the form for Go-Cat Crunchy & Tender freebie a few weeks back. Just 14 days later we received a package containing a free 50g Salmon & Tuna flavour cat food sample pack plus 50p off discount coupon (both pictured here) redeemable at the usual main supermarkets.
We found this a great freebie to try before you buy (you know how fussy cats can be!). Woody really enjoyed the treat and though we don't buy this brand all the time, we now mix in Crunchy & Tender with her regular cat food as it seems to be a winning combination of not always having to go crunch, crunch, crunch...
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