Normally we can listen to Steve Dale on WGN.COM on Sunday nights.
Tuesday he's doing two shows c/o the Cat Writers Association and getting the
word out on the food recall. And you can hear those two shows online.
the first is with Greg Allen, who is a conservative show host (with sanity)
in Florida. He broadcasts on the web at www.therightbalance.org. Steve is
on 11:30 till 11:50 east coast time on Tuesday.
At 3:30 east coast time/12:30 west coast time, Steve is joining Shauna Ride
on www.greenstonemedia.com, which is the new radio station that Gloria Steinam
and Jane Fonda created.
I'm getting more releases out tonight.
coming spring 2007-PAWS FOR THOUGHT:
HOW TO UNDERSTAND WHAT YOUR CAT IS THINKING,
on Rockwell Books (featuring the Barbi Twins, Chastity Bono, Nina Blackwood,
Ian Anderson, Grand Funk Railroad, Ken Wahl, Boney Maroney, Dr. Monica
Mansfield, Fran Capo & more)
Remember: If you give a cat a fish, it eats for a day. If you teach a cat to
fish, it eats for a lifetime.
Hi cat lovers and dog lovers and concerned pet owners,
I've done a bunch of shows since this pet food scare hit.including Gary
Null, my own show at www.prncomm.net <
> and ask the
expert shows in several markets getting the word out as best I can about
menu foods and pet food safety. My next LIVE pet show is at www.prncomm.net
Tuesday at 1pm pacific. Tune in to hear me
update the news and information on the pet scare plus tell a pet joke,
mention cwa and dwaa on-air take a pet question or two and with the help of
my guest we'll delve into the larger context of pet food with big picture
questions. Hear what Barbara Fellnermayr from Amore foods has to say as my
guest this week; she is a natural food expert from the alternative pet
food industry. (Barbara and I first came into contact when Barbara managed
the Vancouver Pound and turned it into a successful no-kill facility; when
we do radio together everything pet related is in bounds making it exciting
informative radio with surprises.) Please join in for cat and dog radio
that will entertain and inform. Woof and meow! Deborah Wolfe
You have received this ABCNEWS.com mail from:
Pet Food Chemical May Be Worse for Cats
Above is the link to the Website that lists foods NOT involved in the recall. They list the product lines, where they’re manufactured and whether or not
they ever used MenuFoods.
They update the site regularly and aren’t endorsing any food, just providing the information.
It’s amazing how many companies use/used Menu. With so many companies using this manufacturer, where was the quality control. An awful lot of ball dropping!!
block quote end
Hi Pat... thank you SO MUCH for this list.... I am keeping the link... some of the foods I use are Menu, like Wellness, but I feel confident I am okay.
del monte pet recall... Pounce treats are on here with special codes:
Tainted food more a risk for cats:
ANOTHER RECALL: Ol'Roy Wet Foods, Jerky Treats, Gravy Train Beef Sticks and
Pounce Meaty Morsels
Del Monte has announced that their Ol'Roy brand wet food, as well as
the other brands have been made using the tainted wheat gluten also
used by Menu Foods. The other brands are: Jerky Treats, Gravy Train
Beef Sticks, Pounce Meaty Morsels, Dollar General, and Happy Tails.
They are now recalling their food.
Mary Anne Miller
Who do we write to?
Mary Anne Miller
www.felinexpress.com "Hop On Board!"
Forwarded from the FelineDiabetes list ......
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, March 31, 2007 9:04 AM
Subject: [Catdiab] Please report any sick/dead pets to the FDA in regards to this recall
The news on CBS last night (our local one) had a big story about how
the FDA is trying to follow up on how many pets have been seriously
ill or killed from this food and to establish a timeline.
They were frustrated in the fact that nobody knows they're supposed
to call the FDA on this, so they're asking for anyone who had a pet
that was affected - or is affected-- to report it to their vet and to
have the vet contact the FDA AND it's extremely important for the
owner themselves to call the FDA so they can start putting together
something more solid than what they've been getting.
It's extremely important to call on this. The scope of the problem
is far beyond 16 reported deaths.
The online list of FDA phone numbers broken down by state is over
Call your vet and ask them to call also, they'll be able to supply
the info from their files to help back up the data.
They have an FAQ page on their site as well. Apparently they were
officially notified by Menu Foods on March 15, but problems had been
showing up since November now that more information was coming in
(according to a story on CBS last night, they had some interviews
with pet owners, especially one with a Brittany Spaniel that had
Member of the cat writers' association and member of the Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement