— The company pulls Roo Bites, a treat for cats and dogs, from store shelves over salmonella fears.
— The recall affects 20-pound bags in 23 states after an FDA test showed potential contamination.
— Salmonella was found in a random sample, but no health problems have been reported.
— These could affect cat caretakers across the U.S.
— Catswell has announced a voluntary recall of one of its products due to propylene glycol contamination.
— It's not just dog food anymore: now the company says some of its brands of cat food could be contaminated, too.
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