Skip to comments.More Brands Added To Pet Food Recall
Posted on 03/19/2007 11:18:57 AM PDT by blam
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My cats go crazy for the Dick Van Patten venison and green pea canned.
That sounds so good, maybe I'll try some! ;)
One time I was opening the little plastic inside of the dry cat food bag that held a coupon.
Being a small plastic pactic, I did what every person in America would do, I used my teeth.
I got a mouthful of dry cat food.
Did you ever see an old episode of the David letterman Show (when he was funny) with Chris Eliot doing a taste test of the leading brands of dog food?
I swear he ate two huge gravy spoons full of wet dog food.
No, it's not. If you go to the site posted above you can see the full list.
Purina is not on the list. Lets not have this evolve into misinformation. Having the correct information is too important.
An Update from Nestlé Purina PetCare Company About the Menu Foods Recall
March 23, 2007
We at Nestlé Purina PetCare Company know the reports of pet food recalls and withdrawals over the past week have been very concerning and at times confusing for pet owners, who want to ensure the safety of the food they are feeding their beloved pets.
We want to take this opportunity to reassure you that Mighty Dog pouch products are the ONLY Purina® brand products affected by Menu Foods' recall...
As you can see,you are mistaken and Purina does have one product affected y the recall.
Furthermore,you really should take the time to read through all the posts before you accuse others of spreading misinformation.
Please try to have the right information about my posts before responding, having the right information is important.
Eliot was the funniest guy around, especially on that TV show he had. Bill Murray's brother was in it, I think they barbecued a space alien by mistake.
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