Yesterday cat owners across the land will have been plagued with worry over the breaking news of both Sainsburys and Pets at Home recalling some of their products, due to a potential link with a deadly feline disease.
These superstores, alongside Applaws cat food sold on Amazon, have pulled dry food products from their shelves after an unusual rise in cases of the rare feline Pancytopenia, which can be fatal for our furry friends.
The Food Standards Agency has said the current outbreak of Pancytopenia was potentially linked to specific food products that have been recalled as a precautionary measure. Naturally, any pet parents out there have alarm bells ringing with concern for their floofs, but we want to reassure our citizens, and all of catkind, that you can rely on the Republic.
Our tailored recipes are still safe for your citizens to enthusiastically enjoy, shipped from our fair shores to your door with your cat’s health as our top priority. We wanted you to hear it directly from us and to reassure you and your furry housemate that our meals are still 10 out of 10, with no links to the recent concerns of other pet food manufacturers.
That being said, it is an anxious time for many owners with the wellbeing of our cats always number one, the fur kids come first! The advice is out, urging any humans currently feeding affected brands to their cats to shop elsewhere, and seek alternative food whilst the case is being thoroughly investigated.
Full details of the recall: https://www.food.gov.uk/news-alerts/alert/fsa-prin-36-2021
Stay safe cat friends, and be sure to feed your pals with the recipes you can trust to do good for your precious angels.
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