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WHAT'S IN YOUR CAT'S FOOD DISH?
With Thanks to Susan Thixton, Pet Food Safety Advocate and Author
News about both Cats and Dogs! Check Here Daily for Updated Stories!
Pet Food Safety Advocate and Author, Susan Thixton is constantly at the Pet Food Investigator's Desk looking into Current Situations to keep you both warned and informed. Find Susan at TruthaboutPetFood.com and the Association for Truth in Pet Food. "Learning the truth about your pet's food can save their life."
The Association for Truth in Pet Food [ATPF] is a stakeholder organization representing the voice of pet food consumers at AAFCO and with the FDA. Your membership helps representatives attend meetings and voice consumer concerns with regulatory authorities. The association is solely supported by pet food consumers. Click here to become a member!
Be a part of the team that is changing the future of pet food!
Join the Association for Truth in Pet Food (ATPF). The ATPF’s mission, in partnership with TruthaboutPetFood.com, is to change the future of pet food. We have a vision of honestly labeled pet foods, proper enforcement of law, and accountability for those that ignore or violate law. We see a future where consumers can trust their pet’s food as they do their own food. We will battle any foe that ignores the best interests of our pets. We battle for our pets. This association is solely supported by pet food consumers.
The ATPF represents pet owners' in interactions with governmental pet food regulatory authorities. These authorities include The Food and Drug Association and the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO). As an official stakeholder organization, the ATPF acts in an 'advisory position' on the AAFCO Pet Food Committee and the AAFCO Ingredient Definitions Committee.
Join the Association for Truth in Pet Food (ATPF) today! Membership is only a nominal $10, $25, or $50 per year, and members get access to secured information only published on the ATPF and TruthAboutPetFood.com's websites. It's well worth the money to (a) become more informed via secured information, and (b) to have people representing your voice in governmental regulatory meetings.
Read more about the ATPF, and register a new account at http://associationfortruthinpetfood.com/join-us/
Here are several websites where you can obtain current product recall information.
Go to KittyCatter.com.
The article Cat Food Recalls, Alerts and News (Updated for 2019) includes the subjects of:
Here are websites which have entire sections devoted to cat food recalls:
Finally, should you need them, here are two places on the U.S. Food & Drug Administration's website which may help you regarding product recalls:
1/11/21 - TruthAboutPetFood.com
12/30/20 - TruthAboutPetFood.com
10/9/20 - TruthAboutPetFood.com
10/9/20 - TruthAboutPetFood.com
10/7/20 - Read more here
9/22/20 - TruthAboutPetFood.com
7/3/20 - Pet Food Processing® -
7/3/20 - CISION
7/4/20 - CBS New York
6/12/20 - Government of Canada
6/13/20 - NewsTalk610 CKTB
CPS is a non-profit research and consumer advocacy organization dedicated to companion animals and consumer safety. CPS studies pet products and establishes criteria and test protocols to measure whether pet safety products provide the protection claimed by advocates and intended by manufacturers.
7/4/20 - Cole and Marmalade
10/12/2019 - Northeast Ohio Parent
10/07/2019 - DailyNewsView
The manufacture’s website info and product label design doesn’t matter. Advertising doesn't matter. Internet product reviews and caregiver’s testimonials don't matter. Whether or not your cats’ “like” it doesn’t matter (all kids like junk food). “If you are feeding canned cat food, the ONLY things that matter to your cats’ future and wellbeing are the ingredients in the can and the quality of those ingredients." - Doug Hines Learn more at CatFoodIngredients.com.
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