recall

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Use our website tool to check for updates. Our website tool includes information on recalls of pet food, snacks, feed, and supplements since 2017. You can see recalls officially issued by the FDA.

What should you do if your cat food gets recalled?

When you see that your brand of cat food has been recalled, stop feeding it to your cat. Then read the details of the pet food recall, as it may not apply to your flavor or variety. If it does, try to find a new brand of cat food with some of the same ingredients. You want to avoid upsetting your cat’s stomach by suddenly changing its food.

Take the bag of recalled cat food back to the store. You should receive a full refund. Meanwhile, keep an eye out for signs of illness in your cat. If you notice any issues, you may want to see your veterinarian.

cat food reacall information

DATEBRAND NAME(S)PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONRECALL REASON DESCRIPTIONCOMPANY NAME
17/06/2019 RXQ Compounding LLC All sterile human and animal products within expiry. Lack of Sterility Process Assurance RXQ Compounding LLC To FDA
23/05/2019 Norbrook Veterinary injectable drug products Product sterility cannot be assured Norbrook Laboratories Limited To FDA
05/05/2019 Southern States Various animal feed Elevated Aflatoxin Levels Cargill, Inc. To FDA
28/04/2019 Norbrook Laboratories Limited Subcutaneous injectable drug products Lack of Sterility Norbrook Laboratories Limited To FDA
23/04/2019 Jurox Alfaxan unpreserved, an intravenous injectable anaesthetic for cats and dogs Presence of the aluminum phosphate precipitate Jurox Incorporated To FDA
30/01/2019 Hill's Science Diet Canned Dog Food Potentially Elevated Levels of Vitamin D Hill's Pet Nutrition To FDA
26/03/2018 Blue Ridge Beef Complete raw pet food Blue Ridge Beef To FDA
20/03/2018 Rad Cat Free-Range Chicken and Turkey Recipes (Raw Diet) for Cats Radagast Pet Food, Inc. To FDA
02/03/2018 Steve’s Real Foods Raw frozen dog food turkey canine recipe Steve’s Real Foods To FDA
02/03/2018 Blue Ridge Beef Raw pet food for cats Name Blue Ridge Beef To FDA