We have talked about what really is in cat food and deceptive labeling enough to make me want to do something as soon as I finish reading a six-page thread LDG started and all the related webpages TCS members posted links to. Emily's Bridge Day is July 1, so I decided that would be a great time to start.
Of course, one person is not enough. I never had a dog. I have only had three cats my whole life. People who have or had both species and a lot of pets over many years need to write their own letters. If all of your cats only eat raw food explain why you are disgusted with the pet food industry. I can't do this alone.
The FDA might reject our complaints no matter how valid they are. I am aware of that. But I will never forget a quote that the Columbus (Ohio) Zoo and Aquarium put on a wall: "The man who makes the biggest mistake is he who did nothing because he could do so little."
I am begging you like a cat begs for tuna treats. Please help me send the message that deceptive labeling practices are making our pets sick, fat, or more likely to suffer chronic medical conditions because the FDA is not doing its job, which is to make sure cats and dogs eat what any animal nutrition expert knows they need and demand transparent labeling.