For those who are thinking we're attacking the original poster- that's NOT it at all. I'm new to this board, did not realize the Iams stuff has already been mentioned many times elsewhere. When I see someone talk about Iams.. I want to make sure they know of the great controversy right now- I think it's only fair. My original post was nothing but kind, and wanting to lend a hand in offering this information, if she (or anyone else) was not aware. This was not about slamming ANYONE, especially when they're just trying to help others. I mean, I really don't think there's a need to post that she was trying to help- I think that was obvious?!? I think many will see I'm also trying to help. And as far as posting in another folder, well - when it comes to allegations of cats and kittens being killed, and video to back up many of the allegations, I will post where I need to, in order to make sure people are aware. Like I said in my other post- I had no idea about this until about a month ago. The local Animal Rights League made me aware of it and educated me a great deal, considering I had no clue whatsoever. These are people that are EXTREMELY active in animal rights. I didn't know the Cat Lounge was not allowed this type of discussion? Sure there's a better place (from the sounds of it) but this was a simple "did you know" comment when someone was advertising coupons for Iams. I would HOPE someone would do the same for me, if I posted something about a company I did not realize was being accused of such horrible things. If people want to comment further and debate, then yes- it doesn't belong on her original thread but what I posted to her was absolutely NOT wrong OR accusatory at all! So, if anyone who has posted saying, "she was simply helping.. " - your point is across- there's no need to go on anymore- I never disagreed in the first place! There does not need to be anymore discussion, unless others want to thank her or myself for the posts making them aware of the two issues at hand (which is ALL that was being done in the first place). This did not turn into a debate, "or opinion", until someone made it that.