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Food Recall Question

Michelle MachenMichelle Machen McAllenMember Posts: 256
edited 10 May, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
Does anybody know of a safe cat food that can be purchased at my local grocer, department store, or even Petsmart? I live no less than 50 miles from the nearest carrier of Innova and other such safe products. I will be traveling this coming week to purchase Innova but until then what are the cheaper alternatives more readily available?

Comments

  • Sha Phillips-CollierSha Phillips-Collier LexingtonMember Posts: 7
    edited 10 May, 2007
    Fancy Feast has not been involved in the recall. Some people may "meow" down on it, but it sure tastes good.
  • Jerry MikutisJerry Mikutis ChicagoMember Posts: 135
    edited 10 May, 2007
    I second Fancy Feast - some varieties are low carb with no wheat gluten - those that come to mind is the Turkey with the olive green label color, the beef with the brown label, and the grill feast. I mostly eat Wellness, but when mom can't make it to the good store, she feeds me FF.
  • Michelle MachenMichelle Machen McAllenMember Posts: 256
    edited 10 May, 2007
    What about Friskies and Whiskas? I have been to their websites and they both claim to not have been involved in the recall. Does anybody know about these two companies? I am feeding my kitties Friskies right now but as more and more companies are recalling I am getting worried... :(
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