While thiamine deficiency isn’t immediately fatal, J.M. Smucker is encouraging consumers to check their food, and to discontinue any that match up with the brands below.
NAME: 9 Lives Meaty Pate Chicken and Tuna, Meaty Pate Seafood Platter, Meaty Pate with Chicken and Seafood, Meaty Pate with Chicken Dinner, Meaty Pate with Liver and Chicken, Meaty Pate with Ocean Whitefish, Seafood Poultry Variety Pack, Meaty Pate with Chicken & Tuna
LOT CODE #: 6354803, 6356803, 6355803, 6358803, 6358803, 6355803, 6364803, 6356803, 6356803, 6356803, 6355803, 6358803, 6307803, 6357803
UPC: 7910052228, 7910000402, 7910003670, 7910000327, 7910002860, 7910052229, 7910052229, 7910003640, 7910000324, 7910000410, 7910000312, 7910000420, 7910053377, 7910003660
NAME: EverPet Mixed Grill Dinner
LOT CODE #: 6356803
NAME: Special Kitty Beef and Liver Dinner, Classic Tuna Dinner, Mixed Grill Dinner with printed wrap, Mixed Grill Dinner without printed wrap, Super Supper
LOT CODE #: 6355803, 6358803, 6355803, 6356803, 6355803
UPC: 8113112120, 8113112157, 8113109609, 8113112119, 7910079041
WHY WAS IT RECALLED?
The low levels of thiamine was discovered by Smucker’s, and no illnesses have been reported yet. However, if you have been feeding your animal any of the above foods, keep an eye on them.
Symptoms of deficiency displayed by an affected cat can be gastrointestinal or neurological in nature. Early signs of thiamine deficiency may include decreased appetite, salivation, vomiting, and weight loss. In advanced cases, neurological signs can develop, which include ventroflexion (bending towards the floor) of the neck, wobbly walking, circling, falling, and seizures.
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
The products below are all effected. If you have food contained in the recall, throw it out. 🙂
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