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5/23/09 at 9:46pm
IMHO no symptoms is a good thing ... thus far there are NO actual account s of ANY illness , but I would be watching carefully especially any UTI prone animals
Mine ate a whole 16# bag of the crap, 3/4 of ANOTHER 16# bag, and I have ANOTHER 16 # bag that wasn't opened!!! All were on the recall list. I buy several bags at a time so I don't have to keep going back. My 4 cats get 1 cup in the a.m and a can of wet in the p.m.
Have noticed they were picking at their food, 3 of the 4 have threw up in the last month or two-but nothing serious. Just keeping a very careful eye on them.
I give up on Nutro, I was thinking about going back after they smooth this over-but I don't have the heart to invest $25 in another bag of their food-knowing that they have had 2 recalls in 12ish months. The hunt is on for a similar food with a similar cost.
Iam returning the full bag, and hope to get some sort of refund on the 1/4 of a bag, and possibly the bag they already ate. Would they give me a refund for a bag they already ate-that I have the UPC & best by date on? I am glad I saved it-was saving it for the frequent buyer thing-but I am just going to save UPC's from now on due to so many recalls. Am I crazy to try to get some sort of refund when the cats already ate it? I mean I didn't get the product that they said was in the bag-I got crap that made my babies sick.
How much is a big bag of TOTW? Is it alright for crystal prone cats, even though it is grain free?
|The pet shop owner hadn't heard of the recall either.|
|I don't have the heart to invest $25 in another bag of their food-knowing that they have had 2 recalls in 12ish months.|
Yeah, that is crazy. The employee at my PetCo didn't hear about it either. He still gave me a store credit (almost $45 for a 20 lb bag with just a couple pounds of food left in it). Good idea about taking in the fda article.
I got another brand of food. Even though I think my cats have done great on Nutro, I feel the same way as this: