Phat Katz - Premium Cat Blend
Phat Katz - Premium Cat Blend

Phat Katz - Premium Cat Blend

$ 12.99

Phat Katz Premium Raw Cat Food
Balanced for the obligate Carnivore.

Packaging:
2 oz Raw Frozen Mini Patties in a 2 lb resealable bag

Ingredients:

Chicken Meat
Chicken Hearts
Chicken Liver
Chicken Bone
Chicken Gizzards

Animal Sourcing:

Antibiotic-free and hormone-free chicken

Our producers pride themselves on only providing the best raw dog food by using the favorite cuts of muscle meat, not the rendered scraps many raw pet food companies skimp on.

Never high heat pasteurized or processed by HPP (high-pressure pasteurization) no premixes, no preservatives, no fillers, no 3D or 4D meats. Made as mother nature intended - real raw. 

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Use and Warnings:
The Raw Food products are a pet food supplement only, not for Human Consumption.

Handling and consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase you and your pet's risk of a food-borne illness.

Storage and Handling Information Statement:
Some raw food products may contain bacteria that could cause illness if mishandled.
Follow these instructions for safest use. 
1. Keep frozen until ready to use. 
2. Thaw in refrigerator. 
3. Keep raw meat and poultry separate from other foods. Wash working surfaces, utensils (including cutting boards, preparation and feeding bowls), hands, and any other items that touch or contact raw meat or poultry with hot soapy water. 
4. Refrigerate leftovers immediately.

Made by Texas Tripe at 110 2nd SW St. in Detroit, TX.
You agree to hold harmless - Mayfair Advisors, LLC AKA Raw Dog Food and Company and accept all risk by executing this purchase. Additionally, you hereby agree to the potential health hazards as outlined in the following Texas Tripe WARNING. If you're not willing to accept the risk do not execute the purchase of this item.

Published bt Texas Tripe Inc. as copied from their website on 08/21/2019
!Warning!
Texas Tripe Inc. Is putting this document out as a warning that there is a possibility that our pet food may contain elements of Listeria Monocytogenes, and could contain more than trace elements of Salmonella, and/or E. coli 0157:H7.

Listeria Monocytogenes: 
Listeriosis is a serious infection caused by the germ Listeria monocytogenes. People usually become ill with listeriosis after eating contaminated food that contains sufficient quantities of Listeriosis to be infective, which means more than trace elements of Listeriosis. The disease primarily affects pregnant women, newborns, older adults, and people with weakened immune systems. It’s rare for people in other groups to get sick with Listeria infection.

Listeriosis is usually a mild illness for pregnant women, but it causes severe disease in the fetus or newborn baby. Some people with Listeria infections, most commonly adults 65 years and older and people with weakened immune systems, develop severe infections of the bloodstream (causing sepsis) or brain (causing meningitis or encephalitis). Listeria infections can sometimes affect other parts of the body, including bones, joints, and sites in the chest and abdomen.

Salmonella: 
Salmonella is a bacteria that can make people sick. It was discovered by an American scientist named Dr. Salmon and has been known to cause illness for over 125 years. The illness people get from a Salmonella infection is called salmonellosis.

There are more than 2,500 serotypes of Salmonella. Of these 2,500 serotypes, less than 100 cause foodborne illnesses in people. Of these 100 serotypes, less than 10 cause most foodborne illnesses in people. Even fewer serotypes of Salmonella cause illnesses in pets. The risk of acquiring a foodborne illness requires the presence of a Salmonella serotype that actually is capable of causing foodborne illness, and it must be present in a sufficient quantity to be infective.

If one contracts Salmonella one should know that most people infected with Salmonella develop diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps between 12 and 72 hours after infection. The illness usually lasts 4 to 7 days, and most individuals recover without treatment.

There are cases where diarrhea may be so severe that the patient needs to be hospitalized. In these patients, the Salmonella infection may spread from the intestines to the bloodstream, and then to other body sites. In these cases, Salmonella can cause death unless the person is treated promptly with antibiotics. The elderly, infants and those with impaired immune systems are more likely to have a severe illness.

After a search of the scientific literature, we have found no studies that conclude that salmonella, Listeria, or E. coli 0157:H7 affect Raw Fed Dogs. Nor have we found any studies that conclude that salmonella, Listeria, or E. coli 0157:H7 so not affect Raw Fed Dogs.

Risk of Ecoli 0157:H7, CDC: Escherichia coli O157:H7 Above the risks have been spelled out. The decision is now up to you. Are you ok with the risk?


There have been studies done that indicate very strongly if you clean your surfaces, utensils, and hands thoroughly as instructed on the safe handling instructions (on the label of the package) you are now putting in the preventive control that stops the spread of these pathogens.

What the CDC has to say about raw pet food:
CDC does not recommend feeding raw diets to pets, but if you do,
wash your hands with soap and water right after handling any raw pet food.
Clean and disinfect all surfaces that the raw food touched, like countertops, microwaves, refrigerators and objects like knives, forks, and bowls. For proper handwashing. please read - Science Behind Handwashing
Safely store and handle raw pet food:
Freeze raw pet food until you are ready to use it.
Keep raw pet food away from other food in your refrigerator or freezer.
Don’t thaw frozen raw pet foods on a countertop or in a sink.
Throw away any food your pet doesn’t eat.
Safely play with your pet after he or she eats.

Don’t let your pet lick around your mouth and face after eating.
If you do play with your pet after they have just eaten, wash your hands, and any other parts of your body they licked, with soap and water.
Don’t let your pet lick any of your open wounds or areas with broken skin.