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Personally I’d recommend a better quality food, as Friskies will do nothing for your cat.

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Within the past few days, my cats have either not eaten the pate cat food or have thrown up after eating it. Has Friskies changed the recipe? My cat started throwing up recently and not will not go anywhere near friskies pâté of any of the seafood varieties . I would like to know if their are any products or chemicals from CHINA in this cat food . I read on the net that Purina still has an office in CHINA . I am a little concerned about some of the chemical names in their seafood varieties especially the salmon dinner pâté .

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My cat started throwing up recently and not will not go anywhere near friskies pâté of any of the seafood varieties . I would like to know if their are any products or chemicals from CHINA in this cat food . I read on the net that Purina still has an office in CHINA . I am a little concerned about some of the chemical names in their seafood varieties especially the salmon dinner pâté .

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This link provides information on yet another recall, this time involving Cat Chow Naturals Cat Food and Friskies Grillers Blend Dry Cat Food. Originally, these 870 bags of food were distributed to Colorado, Idaho, and Oregon, but could have been shipped elsewhere since then. Again, this recall is due to a risk of Salmonella contamination.I've always fed my cats different varieties of Friskies canned food. Last weekend I purchased several canned varieties. Everyone scurried to eat the chicken with cheese. I noticed no one ate very much and were checking each other's bowls and kind of turning up their noses. I have had 2 sick kitties; throwing up and diarrhea. I just paid a hefty vet bill. He still has diarrhea and acts like he's hungry. He hasn't eaten in days, but won't eat. He will have to go back tomorrow if he hasn't eaten and or if diarrhea still persists. I looked for a recall on these cans but I don't find any. Someone suggested contact FDA. How is the best way to do this? I am very discouraged. Any good wet food recommendations?