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buglady
April 10th 07, 01:14 PM
The best advice is to still stay away from wheat gluten in any pet food.
Three Nutro cat varieties not on recall list found to contain melamine in
private lab test. What this really means is anyone's guess, as no one is
really sure if melamine is actually doing anything (due to lack of studies
in cats/dogs) or a marker of an unknown substance, or if melamine is
everywhere......

http://www.marinij.com/marin/ci_5630208
NUTRA MAX CAT GOURMET CLASSICS
The following three 3-ounce varieties tested positive for melamine by UC
Davis:
- Chicken Cacciatore, UPC 79105352055
- California Chicken Supreme, UPC 79105300117
- Lamb & Turkey Cutlets, UPC 79105300148
........related story at www.itchmo.com

Please check www.itchmo.com www.howl911.com or www.petconnection.com to
keep up with the news on the recall.

buglady
take out the dog before replying

chatnoir
April 10th 07, 02:30 PM
On Apr 10, 6:14 am, "buglady" > wrote:
> The best advice is to still stay away from wheat gluten in any pet food.
> Three Nutro cat varieties not on recall list found to contain melamine in
> private lab test. What this really means is anyone's guess, as no one is
> really sure if melamine is actually doing anything (due to lack of studies
> in cats/dogs) or a marker of an unknown substance, or if melamine is
> everywhere......
>
> http://www.marinij.com/marin/ci_5630208
> NUTRA MAX CAT GOURMET CLASSICS
> The following three 3-ounce varieties tested positive for melamine by UC
> Davis:
> - Chicken Cacciatore, UPC 79105352055
> - California Chicken Supreme, UPC 79105300117
> - Lamb & Turkey Cutlets, UPC 79105300148
> .......related story atwww.itchmo.com
>
> Please checkwww.itchmo.comwww.howl911.comorwww.petconnect ion.comto
> keep up with the news on the recall.
>
> buglady
> take out the dog before replying

I found this interesting!:

http://www.itchmo.com/read/menu-foods-cfo-sold-his-shares-weeks-before-recall_20070410

Menu Foods CFO Sold His Shares Weeks Before Recall
Menu Foods CFO sold almost half of his Menu Foods shares after the
initial customer complaints. And calls a "horrible coincidence".
Something stinks. Does he want Martha Stewart's number?

The chief financial officer of Menu Foods Income Fund says it's a
"horrible coincidence" that he sold nearly half his units in the
troubled pet food maker less than three weeks before a massive recall
of tainted pet food.

Thanks for the tip SMichelle.

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sheelagh
April 10th 07, 04:32 PM
On 10 Apr, 14:30, "chatnoir" > wrote:
> On Apr 10, 6:14 am, "buglady" > wrote:
>
>
>
>
>
> > The best advice is to still stay away from wheat gluten in any pet food.
> > Three Nutro cat varieties not on recall list found to contain melamine in
> > private lab test. What this really means is anyone's guess, as no one is
> > really sure if melamine is actually doing anything (due to lack of studies
> > in cats/dogs) or a marker of an unknown substance, or if melamine is
> > everywhere......
>
> >http://www.marinij.com/marin/ci_5630208
> > NUTRA MAX CAT GOURMET CLASSICS
> > The following three 3-ounce varieties tested positive for melamine by UC
> > Davis:
> > - Chicken Cacciatore, UPC 79105352055
> > - California Chicken Supreme, UPC 79105300117
> > - Lamb & Turkey Cutlets, UPC 79105300148
> > .......related story atwww.itchmo.com
>
> > Please checkwww.itchmo.comwww.howl911.comorwww.petconnect ion.comto
> > keep up with the news on the recall.
>
> > buglady
> > take out the dog before replying
>
> I found this interesting!:
>
> http://www.itchmo.com/read/menu-foods-cfo-sold-his-shares-weeks-befor...
>
> Menu Foods CFO Sold His Shares Weeks Before Recall
> Menu Foods CFO sold almost half of his Menu Foods shares after the
> initial customer complaints. And calls a "horrible coincidence".
> Something stinks. Does he want Martha Stewart's number?
>
> The chief financial officer of Menu Foods Income Fund says it's a
> "horrible coincidence" that he sold nearly half his units in the
> troubled pet food maker less than three weeks before a massive recall
> of tainted pet food.
>
> Thanks for the tip SMichelle.
>
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> - Show quoted text -

Well well well, what an interesting coincidence, hey?
S;o)

cybercat
April 10th 07, 05:51 PM
"buglady" > wrote in message
thlink.net...
> The best advice is to still stay away from wheat gluten in any pet food.
>

These posts are really helpful, buglady. Thanks.

blkcatgal
April 11th 07, 04:32 AM
Call the SEC!!!!

Sue

"chatnoir" > wrote in message
oups.com...
> On Apr 10, 6:14 am, "buglady" > wrote:
>> The best advice is to still stay away from wheat gluten in any pet food.
>> Three Nutro cat varieties not on recall list found to contain melamine in
>> private lab test. What this really means is anyone's guess, as no one is
>> really sure if melamine is actually doing anything (due to lack of
>> studies
>> in cats/dogs) or a marker of an unknown substance, or if melamine is
>> everywhere......
>>
>> http://www.marinij.com/marin/ci_5630208
>> NUTRA MAX CAT GOURMET CLASSICS
>> The following three 3-ounce varieties tested positive for melamine by UC
>> Davis:
>> - Chicken Cacciatore, UPC 79105352055
>> - California Chicken Supreme, UPC 79105300117
>> - Lamb & Turkey Cutlets, UPC 79105300148
>> .......related story atwww.itchmo.com
>>
>> Please checkwww.itchmo.comwww.howl911.comorwww.petconnect ion.comto
>> keep up with the news on the recall.
>>
>> buglady
>> take out the dog before replying
>
> I found this interesting!:
>
> http://www.itchmo.com/read/menu-foods-cfo-sold-his-shares-weeks-before-recall_20070410
>
> Menu Foods CFO Sold His Shares Weeks Before Recall
> Menu Foods CFO sold almost half of his Menu Foods shares after the
> initial customer complaints. And calls a "horrible coincidence".
> Something stinks. Does he want Martha Stewart's number?
>
> The chief financial officer of Menu Foods Income Fund says it's a
> "horrible coincidence" that he sold nearly half his units in the
> troubled pet food maker less than three weeks before a massive recall
> of tainted pet food.
>
> Thanks for the tip SMichelle.
>
> Cities: All
>