Popular Pet Food Removed From Shelves
A popular brand of cat food has been removed from all shelves across Australia after reports it had made pets become gravely ill after eating it.
All Best Feline Friend (BFF) cat food has been recalled from PetBarn and City Farmers stores.
Cat owners are now being urged not to feed their animals the food and to seek a full refund from the store which they bought it from.
US company Weruva, who manufacture the food released a statement said that the food had been ‘produced outside of intended formulation guidelines”.
Weruva president David Forman said the food would remain off shelves “until our analysis is complete”.
“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.”
All online sales have also been pulled from the Petbarn website whole City Farmers no longer lists BFF has a stocked brand.
Customers can contact Weruva on 1800 338 359 or at email@example.com