The FDA is telling customers not to buy or use containers of the chicken with clam recipe Wild Kitty raw, all natural, frozen cat food.
That’s because cats or other pets who eat it could become infected with salmonella, according to the FDA.
Some was reportedly found in a raw sample at the plant located in Arundel, Maine.
The FDA also says people are at risk on the infection, if they handle the cat food, touch pets that ate the food or come into contact with any surface the cat food has touched.
The Wild Kitty company has issued response that to their knowledge, no-one has reported an illness, either human or feline, that was caused by their product, and they are in full compliance with federal regulations.
The company also says it plans to file suit with the FDA in response to the posting on the list.