Cat food prices drop after cheaper cat food goes on sale


Cheap cat food has been on sale for more than a year, after a $1.40 price drop sparked widespread demand for koha cat foods.

A $1 price cut is considered a major success for kohai cat food after the food was the focus of criticism in February.

The Australian Pet Food Association (APFA) said it was encouraging consumers to consider the alternative when buying koha food.

But it also said it would not be providing free koha products in its online store, saying it was only providing free cat food to customers who bought the product on its website.

“We’ve been seeing lots of people asking for kowai cat products on the internet,” the APFA said in a statement.

“This is not a new issue, as many kowaeans have been asking for them for quite some time, but we’re happy to offer a $2.99 option to those who want them.”

Koha is a high protein food with high protein and a low carbohydrate content.

In recent years, koha has been gaining in popularity in Australia and New Zealand, with some products selling for up to $5.00 per serving.

While it is not considered a high-protein cat food by the APFAs standards, it does contain high amounts of protein, and is considered to be a good option for many people who are not interested in a high carbohydrate or high protein diet.

Koha catfood is sold by major supermarkets, including Woolworths, Coles, Lidl, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Macquarie, Aussie Pet Food, Catbox, Colgate, and Walmart.

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