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2 PetAg Kitten Milk Replacement (KMR) Is A Toxic Poison And They Murdered My Kitten!
YOU MURDERED MY KITTEN!
The vet herself filed this complaint regarding the image, 'violent speech' is bullshit, I told her I wasn't buying her insane medical jargon attempts to get my kitten back into their perverted office; who gave the wrong instructions to start with and caused the PetAg formula to become rancid; so we have both companies involved refusing to take responsibility, the vet for malpractice, and the formula company for marketing a product that becomes a toxic poison with the mild application of external heat, even while the container is sealed tight; PetAg has had these complaints lodged against them since 1995.
Hey, I don't like this photo. Please remove it. Slandering two companies. This gentlemen was extremely violent in his speech."
This women was extremely dishonest with her lies over the phone and extremely violent when she slammed down the phone.
EXTRA BONUS UPDATE:
Same vet, not realizing that staff of Shadow Project are intimatly involved in this case; sent the above complaint about the customer; and then the following email TO the customer! AMAZING, THE DIFFERENCE OF TONE!
We received your emails this morning of your very sad story. We deeply regret that your very young kitten did not survive.
At this time I have removed the product in question from our shelf and have contacted the manufacturer for further information. I expect I will hear back from them before the day is out.
Not On Video Update (26-04-2013):
PetAg DID call me back, first the Public Relations (Propaganda) person told me that another employee was in the room listening to the conversation to 'act as a witness'; as they had already called the police on me and stated I was threatening them in a way that "Made them think of the Boston Bombings"; she stated they had run laboratory tests on their product (First call came at 5:00 P.M. yesterday, second came around 6:30 P.M. today, so in only one eight hour work shift they ran and completed their 'battery of tests'.) and determined their product was safe, and were going to carry out an alleged 'independent test' to prove it further, what they did not do is test the can in my fridge, or locate any other cans from the shipping pallet that can came in on; the fact they are only testing their product now after I called in and reported the death of my kitten, then told them I have launched this campaign suggests they had not tested their product previously.
After I refused to accept this, and informed them I had seen necropsy records of their products effects on animals, along with wildlife experts testimony to the developmental deformations promoted by the formula, and that no product intended as baby food should ever chemically change through the mild application of external heat, from a sun lit window, or even the shipping truck; should ever be sold or marketed, they told me the conversation was finished and hung up.
WildAgain Wildlife Rehabilitation, Inc.
Animal Advocates Animal Rescue.
January 2010 the FDA found Petag responsible for manufacturing rancid baby formula.
Daily Kitten's response:
23 baby Tigers killed by PetAg:
The Tiger Care Taker Joe Exotic, Lamenting Mass Deaths Due To PetAg KMR:
Squirrel Experts agree:
"The Squirrel Board does not recommend ANY formula for feeding baby squirrels except Fox Valley Day One for squirrels: www.foxvalleynutiriton.com, Day One 32/40 and 20/50.
Any formula made by Pet Ag, including Esbilac and KMR (Kitten Milk replacer), has been responsible in the past three years for thousands of deaths of wildlife babies, including squirrels. There are several Sticky threads here on TSB detailing this issue. Again, we DO NOT recommend anything but Fox Valley. There is a temporary Goat's Milk Formula you can use until the Fox Valley arrives, which is also available in the following thread:
NY State Licensed
" UPDATE: 09/28/12: Was emailing someone who was having problems with a baby squirrel. He told me he fed her Esbilac. I asked him if it was yellow or clumpy. He said "yes." Bad Esbilac is still on shelves! Smell and examine the formula before using it. I personally will not use their products. They don't care about animals or consumers."