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Fancy Feast

KE McCormackKE McCormack SeattleMember Posts: 236
edited 19 April, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
Mama would like to ask if anyone knows whether Fancy Feast is really OK? She hasn\'t seen any recall info on it. Our grandpa is in the hospital and has been really ill for a long time; she is very distracted (to our distress). Since WAY before the recall, she has struggled with the best food for us. We DID have some of the Natural Choice, because we ate it as kittens and still got it occasionally for treats. But mostly, all she can get us to eat is Fancy Feast. She\'s tried other supposedly better things, to our total disgust and disdain. So this is a quick note to ask whether anyone knows that Fancy Feast IS or ISN\'T OK???? Thanks, MacIntosh & Pixel, too!
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