Yet another Proctor & Gamble cat and dog food recall because of salmonella. Brands: Eukanuba and Iams. See the list.

These recalls for salmonella from Proctor & Gamble brands of cat and dog food seem to occur every few months and we are sick of it.

Here’s the P&G press release with the long list of affected cat and dog dry foods:

P&G press release on Eukanuba and Iams cat and dog food recall

This is the fourth recall notice put out in 2013 by P&G regarding salmonella in cat and dog food. The other three were from P&G’s Natura unit for brands Innova, California Natural, EVO, HealthWise, Mother Nature and Karma. Here are our blog posts on those:

Massive salmonella cat food recall expands again! Affects all Natura brands including: Innova, Evo, and California Natural (but there are others, keep reading)…

We are disgusted – for the third time Natura has expanded their recall of cat and dog food because of salmonella. All of Natura’s brands are affected – dry cat and dog food and various bars and treats. Brands are Innova, California Natural, EVO, HealthWise, Mother Nature and Karma.

Read Natura’s press release here which gives all of the brand names, products, lot numbers and expiration dates for this latest expansion.

http://truthaboutpetfood2.com/natura-pet-food-recall-2

Carrageenan – a common canned cat food ingredient you need to know about and avoid

Carrageenan is a common thickener and emulsifier used in industry to improve the texture of ice cream, yogurt, cottage cheese, soy milk and other processed foods. It also is in many canned cat foods.

This all too common food additive is extracted from a red seaweed, Chondrus crispus, which is popularly known as Irish moss. Carrageenan, which has no nutritional value.

This is what our trusted friend Susan Thixton has to say about with regards to cats and dogs in her Petsumer Report:

http://truthaboutpetfood2.com/show-the-science-carrageenan

And for people, Andrew Weill, MD doesn’t like it either!

http://www.drweil.com/drw/u/QAA401181/Is-Carrageenan-Safe.html

Recall of Natura Cat Food Expands

The recall by Natura because of salmonella contamination has now expanded to include all Natura dry cat and dog foods with a range of expiration dates. A shocking number of VERY popular dry cat/dog foods which are considered to be superior to others have salmonella. The brands: Evo, California Natural, Health Wise, Innova, and the weirdest one: Karma. It’s bad karma that these corporations are so careless with preparing cat/dog food.

Read the article for specifics & expiration dates.

http://truthaboutpetfood2.com/natura-pet-expands-voluntary-recall-of-dry-pet-foods-due-to-possible-health-risk

Also, here’s the first article on the Natura cat and dog food recall.

http://truthaboutpetfood2.com/natura-pet-food-recall

Recall of Major Brands of Cat Food Including Evo and Innova!

Yikes! Salmonella has been found in some very popular brands of cat food made by Natura including Evo and Innova! Please read the article below for all the brand names, flavors and lot numbers that have been recalled, then forward it to all of the cat and dog parents in your world.

http://truthaboutpetfood2.com/natura-pet-food-recall

GMO Frankensalmon – soon to be in your cat’s food? Believe it!

The battle for safe food for ourselves and our fur family is never ending. And now the sneaky FDA approved of GMO (genetically modified organism) salmon. And as you know from the crazy defeat of California’s Proposition 37, manufacturers are not required to label GMO foods as such. It defies logic how anyone could be against knowing what they are eating.

Well, Cat Faeries cares. We care about you and we care about your cats. This article does not discuss cat food and GMO salmon (or other GMO’s) but it’s a good read to get you familiar with the reasons why this is so wrong. If they want to feed it to us, then of course they want to feed it to your cats.

http://www.rodale.com/genetically-modified-salmon-0

Coming soon in The Cat Faeries Companion:

Why we do not eat fish of any kind, ever, including sea salt, sea weed, and fish oil.

Why we don’t like grain of any kind, ever.