Salmonella Risk Potentially Reported on Cat Foods Sold in Texas

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Texas pet food recall: Cat eating dry cat food

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A Texas manufacturer has decided to recall some of its dry catfood due to salmonella concerns.

TFP Nutrition announced Friday, HEB Texas Pets Indoor Complete Dried Cat Food will be voluntarily recalled. The product was manufactured at the Nacogdoches plant on Nov. 13. The company has not disclosed how salmonella could have been detected.

HEB Texas received the food, and staff have removed the 16-pound bags. TFP Nutrition confirmed that no cat or human illnesses were linked to the food on Friday.

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You can check the bag’s back for the lot number if you have recently bought the food. If the food has been recalled it will be indicated on the second line as “MFG13 NOV 22”.

Salmonella can cause illness in humans and cats, especially if we do not wash our hands after eating contaminated food. Salmonella poisoning can cause death in cats. vomiting, diarrhea (sometimes bloody), lethargy.

Your veterinarian should be contacted if your cat ate any of the contaminated food. TFP Nutrition can help you with a refund request or replacement food. Call 1-800-560-9197.

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