Popular cat food recalled in Australia
Your furry friend could be at risk.
By Writer At Starts At 60
May 08 2017
Cat owners are being told to return a popular brand of canned food after it was pulled from shelves across the country by the manufacturer.
All Best Feline Friend (BFF) has been recalled from Petbarn and City Farmers, with shoppers told they are entitled to a full refund.
The tuna-based cat food has reportedly been making cats gravely ill, with US manufacturer Weruva saying the canned product “may have been produced outside of intended formulation guidelines”, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
The BFF food is sold exclusively in Australia, but will remain off shelves until the company has found the source of the issue.
Weruva president David Forman told SMH they were working to find out what went wrong and what was making the cats ill.
“While this matter affects no other products or markets, we are taking additional steps to ensure quality and confidence across our entire global food assortment,” he said.
“These efforts include aggressive testing of ingredients and finished product by independent laboratories in addition to our routine testing and quality assurance measures.”
Anyone affected can call Weruva on 1800 338 359 or contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org between 9am and 7pm.
This article originally appeared on Starts At 60.