Nestle Purina PetCare Company announced the recall Friday for 3-ounce cans of the Natural Chicken Recipe in Gravy. The food could contain rubber pieces that are "translucent yellow with a blue backing," which presents a choking hazard, the company said. … [Read more...] about Purina Cat Food Recalled Due to Rubber Pieces
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DSHS is keeping its website and its Facebook and Twitter accounts updated as it receives guidance from the federal government. For more information, visit the agency’s Economic Services Administration’s website. … [Read more...] about DSHS to distribute food benefits early because of government shutdown
Layla Mae, an American Bully dog, was found tied up in a park and appeared to have been abandoned by a breeder after she couldn't have any more puppies. Her adopted mom Brooke is helping Layla Mae explore the world and showing the lovable pooch that she's not a "throwaway mama." You can follow Layla Mae's journey here. Courtesy: The Dodo. … [Read more...] about Petco to Stop Selling Dog, Cat Foods With Artificial Colors, Flavors and Preservatives
“We plan to get the word out to senior and disabled individuals and families receiving SSI/SSP that they can now apply for more of the assistance they need to make the difference between hunger and nutrition,” said Lori Cox, director of the Alameda County Social Services Agency. … [Read more...] about Food benefits to be available for people on SSI
In Kentucky’s 5th Congressional District, which includes most of Eastern Kentucky, about 28 percent of households received SNAP benefits in 2016. Of the households receiving SNAP, 71 percent were below the poverty line, and their median annual income was below $12,000. … [Read more...] about Shutdown brings early release of February SNAP food help. Will the money last to March?