Temptations Recall History and Pet Food Brand Info

 No Temptations recalls to date.

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Brand Name: Temptations
Related Brands:
Whiskas, and  Royal Canin 
Product Lines:
Tasty Chicken, Blissful Catnip, Hearty Beef, Creamy Dairy, Savory Salmon, Seafood Medley, Tempting Tuna, Tantalizing Turkey and Hairball Control
Mars Petcare US, Inc.
6885 Elm Street in McLean, Virginia, United States​
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Temptations Company Overview

Temptations cat treat was created in 2009 and is manufactured and distributed by Mars Petcare US, Inc. The treats are not expensive and can be found at a large number of retailers nationwide. Although the company lists the treats as nutritionally balanced, they should not be fed as the only meal to cats in place of cat food.
Mars also makes many other pet food brands and treats, including Whiskas, Royal Canin, and many more.

Has There Ever Been a Temptations Recall?

There has never been a Temptations recall, according to our research.

Reports of renal failure in cats who ate the treats in 2016 were debunked.

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