Re: Is My Catís Food Safe if a Raccoon Got into the Bag?
J. Allen wrote:
I'd throw it out. Your kitty cats rely on you to protect them from that kind of harm. They're not going to know about it when they eat it, so I would recommend throwing it out and getting new food. Yeah, IAMS is expensive, but I know you feel the well-being of your kitty cats is far more valuable.
This. New IAMS will cost you, but less than a vets bill.
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