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PMI Nutrition, LLC Recalls Red Flannel® Cat Food Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination

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  1. Alana

    Thanks for the information! Your blog is invaluable and I always appreciate the information! What are the odds of cats catching salmonella? I’ve heard fairly rare, because of their short digestive tracts, but I’m curious to know your take on it. Is this a precaution? or is there a real threat?

    1. Susan Thixton Author

      Cats and dogs can get sick from salmonella and it can even be life threatening – but it is not as common as with people.

  2. Gale

    THANK YOU, Susan!!!

  3. Concerned

    Concerning that the expiry date is 05 06 14. That means it’s already been available for purchase for 9-21 months. How many bags have already been purchased and fed? Correct me if I’m wrong, but this is made by a copacker. So why have we not seen other recalls. What are the chances that the contamination only affected this lot? Diamond’s announcements seem to never stop once they started. So many questions…..

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