Hello, back again. Oh Lordy, I've spent some money today, stocked up on pet food mainly. Heidi will only eat the small pouches of Sheba, six for £1.50. Bugsy has taken a liking to Gourmet Gold, three small tins for £1. Mayze likes her sliced chicken or turkey or ham, around a pound a packet. All the cats like the Ultima dried food, can get it from the £1 shop. And Rocky likes the Chicken Jerky and the Frolics. Me, what do I get? Anything that's reduced from Tesco, or cheap from the cash and carry.
Here's the breakdown of spends.
Wilco £4.10. cat and dog food.
Poundland £10. Ultima dried and cooked meats.
B & M discount store £9.93. Sheba cat food, deli dog treats.
Home Bargains £11.05. jerky fillets, vinegar, bleach, body lotion, Nivea soft.
Poundworld £5. Gourmet Gold cat food, chicken dog treats.
Cash and Carry £8. Tripe dog treats, wet dog food, muesli, linseeds, malt loaf.
Market £4. Frolics and dog treats.
Tesco £9.81. Cat litter, cat food, milk, bread, pasta salad, salad leaves, yogurts.
Tesco filling station £40.31. Petrol fill up.
Good grief, £82.20.
Ooops, nearly forgot, add one more pound to that for this skirt from Age UK charity shop. It would look lovely on someone of a more senior disposition, 75 or 80 perhaps. Lovely fabric and it looks brand new. Fabulous vibrant colours, not for me to wear, I can see cushion covers.