From Dr. Lisa Pierson, DVM (us acronym for vet), at CatInfo.org: “Dry
food has a high bacterial content. Mold is also often found in dry
food. There have been many deaths of dogs and cats secondary to eating
mold mycotoxins, vomitoxins and aflatoxins which often contaminate the
grains found in dry food. If you want to try the trick of wetting down
the dry food to alter the texture, please leave it out for only 20-30
minutes then discard it. Bacteria and mold thrive in moisture.“
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