There is no confirmation from authorities – however, it has been shared with TruthaboutPetFood.com that Massachusetts Department of Agriculture is testing/has tested Evo Cat Food for Salmonella.  It is believed some of the pet food has tested positive for Salmonella.

It was shared that the Massachusetts Department of Agriculture will be testing Evo chicken and turkey can varieties – it was shared an “issue” was discovered by Michigan Dept of Ag in the dry food; the issue Salmonella.  Lot numbers of suspect cat food provided by pet food consumers are:  15ECM212 and the last 4 digits range from1348 to 1845.

Again – this has not been confirmed through authorities.  If we do not learn of a recall by Monday – I will try to confirm this through Massachusetts and Michigan Department of Agriculture and/or FDA.

I have received emails from two pet food consumers today (Saturday 3/16/13) with sick cats that have been feeding Evo canned cat food.  Vomiting and diarrhea are the pet’s symptoms.   If you or someone you know feeds Evo canned or dry pet food, please pay close attention to your pet.  If your pet has been ill, please report to FDA and to your State Department of Agriculture.  Do not return the food for a refund – investigators will need the food for testing.

Big Thanks! to those that shared this information with us.  Teamwork!

 

Wishing you and your pet(s) the best,

Susan Thixton
TruthaboutPetFood.com
Association for Truth in Pet Food
Pet Food Safety Advocate
Author Buyer Beware, Co-Author Dinner PAWsible

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