Nutro MAX CAT Indoor Weight Control Adult Chicken Cat Food
I tried the Nutro brand of canned cat food because my cats were getting sick of Natural Balance. After 2 cans each over 2 days they all had diarrhea and my 16 lb cat named Stinky developed pancreatitis. She is now at the vet's office getting IV meds. It is very bad and as of today they don't know for sure if she will be OK. I should have read more about your products because I see I'm not the only person who has experienced severe illness in their pets from your product. Obviously you could care less that you are selling a bowl full of death. I plan to review your awful food everywhere I can to prevent others from this issue as it is also obvious you do not care about your customers.
Cats naturally prefer what’s best for them. NUTRO™ Cat Food contains high quality protein and wholesome ingredients for superb taste and nutrition.
NUTRO Cat Food is a company that offers premium cat food with a variety of flavors and textures to cats in all life stages. Tailored by the experts at The Nutro Company, it contains natural ingredients with added vitamins, minerals and trace nutrients to deliver the high-quality nutrition cats need to stay happy and healthy. With no poultry by-product meal, soy protein, rice flour, corn, wheat or vitamin K3, NUTRO Cat Food is free from many of the ingredients that are known to cause allergies in cats.Controversy is swirling around recent tests on a sample of Nutro dry cat food, which detected what two leading veterinarians consider worrisome levels vitamin D3.NUTRO™ dry cat food includes high quality poultry or fish as the first ingredient and other wholesome ingredients for a superb taste. Our recipes include the necessary ingredients for a complete meal, rich in nutrients and full of flavor.Dr. Lee and her colleague, Dr. Lynn Hovda, director of Veterinary Services and toxicologist with PPH, said another sample of this Nutro cat food should be tested by a certified lab to verify NPA Laboratories results.An analysis performed earlier this month on a sample of Nutro Chicken Meal and Rice cat food -- identified as lot number 09 01 10 11:03 and purchased in February 2010 -- revealed the product contained 197 IU/g of vitamin D3, according to the .Lawless also told us the company ran routine tests on the food the cats owner submitted to Nutro. That sample, however, was not analyzed for vitamin D because the cats blood work -- and conversations with the owners veterinarian -- did not indicate the feline had a vitamin D toxicity problem, Lawless said.As a result of a consumer inquiry regarding possible elevated levels of Vitamin D in one lot of NUTRO NATURAL CHOICE Chicken Meal and Rice cat food, we sent a retained sample -- taken at our factory from this specific lot -- for independent testing, the company wrote. The test results confirm our previous analysis that the Vitamin D levels are well within AAFCO (Association of American Feed Control Officials) requirements and achieve the target Vitamin D level designed for this food.We also contacted the U.S. Food and Drug Administration about these latest test results on Nutros cat food. Earl told us he reported the findings to the agency, but said the FDA didnt seem interested because he didnt have the bag the food came in.