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#1 Old 03-27-2013, 07:03 AM
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so i was just wondering what it is about quorn that makes cats go so crazy?

all my three cats and my aunties purr like mad and claw my legs when i take it out the fridge .im not sure about all their products as iv only experienced it with the ham,mabey its the ham flavouring ?

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#2 Old 03-28-2013, 03:17 PM
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I don't know... I haven't tried Quorn yet. Do they only do this when you're handling Quorn? My cats always bugged me whenever I was eating, but often it appeared to be a case of "OBOY! If Daddy's eating that, I WANT SOME!!!" hungry.gif         


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#3 Old 03-30-2013, 05:50 PM
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I've never had any Quorn products, but my cat (and another cat I know) go absolutely bonkers over Tofurky roast and slices. My cat will chase me around once he catches a whiff of it. I'm not sure why either. He also loves Dandies marshmallows and a couple of other things. I've looked over the ingredients on it all but just don't know what the kitty crack is in 'em.

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