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Purina Recalls Possibly Contaminated Cat Food

Purina is recalling the Purina ONE Vibrant Maturity 7+ cat food after some of the product was found to contain salmonella



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    After some bags of cat food were found to be contaminated with salmonella, Nestle Purina is recalling some of their product.

    The company is voluntarily recalling 3.5- and 7-pound bags of Purina ONE Vibrant Maturity 7+ cat food that was distributed to 12 states, including Illinois. The contaminated product has a "best by" date of May 2012.

    No other Purina products are included in the voluntary recall.

    Purina announced the recall in a statement on their website and detailed the symptoms of salmonella in pets and what owners should do if those symptoms occur.