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Morrisons Tinned Tuna Steak

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JuniperEccles | 18:22 Mon 12th Oct 2020 | Food & Drink
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Has anyone managed to get into Morrisons Pole & Line Caught Drained Tuna Steak? It is a stack of 3 cans with a blue wrapper all around them and my cat is clawing my leg off because I can't remove the wrapper. (He had to make do with gammon ham).

If you have, please share the secret!

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slice it with a sharp knife
I usually get into those sort of packs with a sharp pair of scissors, snipping into the plastic wrapper at the top.
Try and work out where cans start and end and cut through with a knife
Never had a problem. Although it's been a while since I last tried.

Give them to the cat, it can claw the wrapper off if it's that keen.
I use a Stanley knife for tough wrappings. It's the only way I can open Amazon parcels.
You should not be feeding your cat tuna or, especially, ham. What's wrong with cat food?
ham is even worse! All that salt and sulphates, poor cat!
I sometimes give Frankie some tinned Tuna - it's the only way that I can get peace to eat my share.

>>> You should not be feeding your cat tuna or, especially, ham

Assuming that a cat is neither Muslim or Jewish, APG, I can't think of any reason why one shouldn't feed it ham ;-)
Ham has loads of salt in it and the 'cure' that makes it ham is full of chemicals. Cats should be fed cat food, with the occasional treat of course.
Ham and other salty meats and foods are very dangerous to pets. In addition to being high in fat, they are also very salty which can cause serious stomach ache or pancreatitis.
From Pet WebMD

//Cats can be addicted to tuna, whether it's packed for cats or for humans. Some tuna now and then probably won't hurt. But a steady diet of tuna prepared for humans can lead to malnutrition because it won't have all the nutrients a cat needs. And, too much tuna can cause mercury poisoning.//

It's not the same as tuna cat food.
My Caspar loved Italian salami...he generally only got it at Christmas, and maybe a few other times a year. He would have been happy with it every day.

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