April 21, 2024

Blue Kitty Cat Treats Recalled for Propylene Glycol

blue-kitty-yums-recallBlue Buffalo Company is recalling Blue Kitty Yums Chicken Recipe Cat Treats that may contain low levels of propylene glycol which can cause illness in cats.  One illness has been reported.

The recalled products were sold online and at specialty stores. Consumers who have purchased these treats should not give them to their cats.

Symptoms of a propylene glycol reaction in cats include depression, loss of coordination, muscle twitching, and excessive urination and thirst. If your cat has consumed the recalled product and has these symptoms, please contact your veterinarian.

The recalled product is packaged in a 2 oz., plastic stand up pouches with the UPC 859610007820  and “Best If Used By” dates April 24, 2016 and  July 24, 2016. No other Blue Buffalo products are involved in this recall.



  1. Kelley Moss says

    This is absolutely false information. Propolyne Glycol is found in many foods human and pet food. Get your facts straight!

    • Linda Larsen says

      Propylene glycol is not permitted in cat food, according to the FDA. Cats are very sensitive to this ingredient and ingesting it can cause Heinz body anemia, a condition that destroys red blood cells in the animal. If the red blood count gets low enough, the cat can die. The cat may exhibit symptoms such as stumbling, seizures, tremors, and disorientation as a result of ingesting this chemical. Propylene glycol is allowed in some dog foods, but if the levels of this chemical are too high, dogs can get sick as well.

      And all of our recall information comes straight from the FDA or the USDA. The “facts” are correct.

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