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Thousands of pet cats are feared to have fallen ill or died with a rare blood illness that has been linked to premium food brands. At least 330 have died, according to Royal Veterinary College figures – but the true number is likely to much higher.What is the Cats'Pause magazine?
The Cats' Pause magazine, and its digital only supplement Cats' Pause Express, keeps you up to date on everything happening with UK athletics while our Basketball and Football yearbooks preview each season in a beautiful and collectible book. Welcome to The Cats' Pause Magazine Your trusted source for University of Kentucky sports for 40 years.How many cats have died from the applaws dry food recall?
The recall was announced on June 17 and covers several leading brands of dry food from Applaws, plus others owned by Pets at Home and Sainsbury’s. At least 330 cats have died, according to Royal Veterinary College figures – but the true number is likely to much higher.Why is Fold Hill cat food being recalled?
A common factor appears to be the diet of the cats. The foods watchdog announced the recall of a large number of hypoallergenic dry cat food products made by the Fold Hill Foods company and sold under several different brands.