Meow Mix recalls dry food due to possible salmonella contamination

Two great deals of 30LB Meow Mix items that might contain salmonella have actually been recalled.

The J.M. Smucker Co. just recently recalled two great deals of Meow Mix Dry Cat Food due to prospective Salmonella contamination. While the business has actually not gotten any reports of disease or unfavorable reactions, animal moms and dads need to right away stop feeding the foods to their pets and deal with it. The affected 30-lb. Bags were sold at Walmart stores in IL, MO, NE, NM, OK, UT, WI and WY.

To find out if you have actually acquired the bags being recalled, check the bottom of the back of the bag for the lot code to see if it matches the code in the table listed below:

No other Meow Mix items have been affected by this recall.

Salmonella can affect felines if they consume a product contaminated with Salmonella germs. The salmonella bacteria infection is known as salmonellosis and can spread to people from managing infected products, specifically if they have actually not washed their hands after having contact with contaminated items. Salmonellosis can impact cats in a range of seriousness, in some cases they may be asymptomatic, but negative signs may consist of fever, lethargy, diarrhea, and vomiting.

If your cat has actually consumed this remembered item and knowledgeable salmonellosis symptoms, contact your veterinarian instantly. Animal moms and dads who have concerns or wish to report negative reactions should call 1-888-569-6728, Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm or go to meowmix.com/contact-us.

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