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Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by Silverdoof, Nov 8, 2020.


  1. Silverdoof

    Silverdoof PetForums Member

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    Has anyone tried tinned MJAMJAM? Our cats go crazy for it. Its in a foreign language however i think its 90% meat?
     
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    MjaMjam is one of our staples and much loved here, too.
    It’s German and if you want something translated I can easily do so.

    The meat content as such as 71%, but there’s also between 25 and 28% meat broth on top of that.
    It’s very high quality food.
     
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    OrientalSlave Shunra Oriental Cats

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    Where do you buy it?
     
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    OrientalSlave Shunra Oriental Cats

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    but if you make up the order to £20 with something else then delivery via Amazon would be free - might be worthwhile ordering just to see if it is well received ?

    (They also do a pack of 3 x 800gr cans for £15.50 which works out at £6.46 per kg)
     
  10. OrientalSlave

    OrientalSlave Shunra Oriental Cats

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    The delivery was free as I have Amazon Prime.
     
  11. Silverdoof

    Silverdoof PetForums Member

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    Amazon its on offer at present
     
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    Its not really as theres 200gm in each tin. When you think average pouch has only 85gram in it

    Its worth trying as i have never seen my cats so enthusiastic except with Applaws, which is a treat
     
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    I got a mixed tray off Amazon after reading how @ewelsh Libby loved it.
    Sadly, my fussy devil didn't think much of it.:Bawling
     
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    Silverdoof PetForums Member

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    Thats disappointing. We are lucky as we have a few cats and even if there is something none like (which is rare) the dogs will clear the surplus added into their food
     
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    Yes, my cats have been eating Mjamjam foods for several years. I usually buy the food from Zoo-bio UK but they have been out of stock for a month or more in most flavours of all but the 800 gram tins.

    I placed an order a month ago with Fuettern mit spass, (an excellent company I have used in the past) but the standard delivery charge to the UK is around 11.95 euros.

    https://www.fuettern-mit-spass.de/katzen/nassfutter/mjamjam

    Recently I placed a large order for Mjamjam with Amazon UK and got free delivery (without Prime). :)
     
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    £13.99 for 1.2kg is expensive in my book - it's over £11 / kg. The big tins are under £5 / kg and that's my guide price.
     
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    I tried Max on a little of the turkey flavour, but he vomited, sos.
     
  18. Marg.

    Marg. PetForums Senior

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    I just ordered 6 X 200gr tins for £8-99 from Amazon, I have Prime so delivery is free.
    Now I have ordered it I hope it is not shredded, as Lola wont eat it.
     
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    It’s pate, not shredded.
     
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