Blue Buffalo Wilderness Chicken Canned Cat Food, 3 oz., Case of 24

Blue Buffalo Wilderness Wild Delights Flaked Chicken & Trout Canned Adult Cat Food, 5.5 oz.
This might explain why my cats threw a every now and then, and no longer do. Maybe Blue Buffalo cleaned up their act and is no longer using meal in their food. ALWAYS buy grain free. Even humans don’t need grains. Cats are carnivores and need just meat. That is why the foods should never have soy. Soy is plant protein so manufactures can say it is 18% or whatever % protein but cats need MEAT NOT PLANT PROTEIN.
Blue Buffalo Wilderness Wild Cuts Tasty Toppers Duck Adult Cat Food, 3 oz., Case of 24
Blue Buffalo Wilderness Wild Delights Chicken & Turkey in Gravy Canned Adult Cat Food, 5.5 oz., Case of 24. Inspired by the diet of the lynx, Blue Buffalo Wilderness Canned Adult Cat Food is a high-protein, low-carbohydrate food that will provide your cat with a higher concentration of the meat she loves. Grain-free formula contains the finest natural ingr... - Blue Buffalo Wilderness Wild Delights Chicken & Turkey in Gravy Canned Adult Cat Food, 5.5 oz., Case of 24. Blue Buffalo Healthy Gourmet Meaty Morsels Chicken Adult Canned Cat Food, 3 oz. (Case of 24)Blue Buffalo Wilderness Wild Delights Flaked Chicken & Turkey Canned Adult Cat Food, 5.5 oz.Blue Buffalo Healthy Gourmet Pate Ocean Fish & Tuna Adult Canned Cat Food, 3 oz.
Feeding BB Indoor dry cat food to my 2 y/o tabby for approx 3 months. This past Easter weekend she nearly died. 2 ER visits and Vet when asked if I should change her diet product said "No". Back to another ER clinic again today. Vet told me to get her off that food. She was lethargic, would eat or drink water, would hide refusing to eat. She was in agonizing pain. I could read her. It has to be the Blue Buffalo. Confirmed at the new Vet today. Thanks to her Chloe is on her way to recovery. The remaining product at home is now in the trash, whereas it belongs!!My 13yo, 15 lb Schnoodle was recently euthanized from osteosarcoma. I switched him over to Blue Buffalo Freedom Grain Free Adult in September of last year. I thought the life bits and non gluten would be good for him. He was using their other gluten free product. He had always been very active, so I thought he was just getting arthritis. Then he started limping. Then the bone cancer diagnosis that only affects 10,000 dogs/year and 95% large dogs. (My dog was in the 500 dogs/yr category.) I looked online to see if this dog food is known to cause osteosarcoma, and I see that they just donated $6 million to study it. I also saw other food health issues. Knowing no data was collected for this disease with my dog, I wanted it here, in case someone else has a dog on the gluten free foods and develops osteosarcoma.My beloved dog is slowly dying due to this food and we do not know what to do. We started feeding him Blue Buffalo and he started acting weird, very lethargic, panting, excessive water drinking and many more symptoms. So we took him to get a blood test and found out that his CATALYST DX LEVELS ARE AT 3,492 which is super high and the doctor suggested that our dog may not make it through the weekend. Now he is at the vet and they are flushing his kidneys in hopes of saving our dog. Please do not feed your dogs this crap. It will kill them. It has a very high toxicity levels. I had two cats. They were both older, and I have always babied them. My husband and I decided about three weeks ago that we would switch their food to Blue Buffalo because the company touted that it was natural and healthy. I wanted to make sure, as they are aging, that they had the best nutrition to keep them healthy. We diligently mixed the old food with the new according to the instructions on the package. I contacted Blue Buffalo, identified the food and on the remaining unopened can, the numbers for QC, and requested a return call. There are still cans of this food at the Petco at Festival at Riva store in Annapolis, MD. I have called twice, without hearing from them. I am now quite sure, after reviewing this with my vet, that the batch is defective and has caused my cats to be severely ill. They are now beginning to recover, but four days of vomiting and diarrhea have taken a toll, especially on my cat who has Polycythemia and needs constant blood work to live. I don't want this to happen to anyone else, and Blue Buffalo has got to do respond and take appropriate action to remove this batch from being bought.This brand of cat food is a little pricier but worth it in the long run. My cat has sensitive stomach and throws up a lot due to hair balls and this cat food has stopped her from throwing up. My cat's hair is also shinier and healthier looking. I like that Blue Buffalo does not have by-products and it is small bite sizes that are easier chewed by cats.