This year more than 70 dogs across Australia have been struck down by a debilitating and incurable illness and some have even died. The cause – PET FOOD! This affect cats and dogs.

Melbourne University has confirmed 74 cases of megaesophagus, and in all cases, the dogs ate Advance Dermocare. What is megaesophagus, this incurable condition causes the animal’s throats to close up and has resulted in death!

Megaesophagus is diagnosed in both dogs and cats.

Not only Australia has been affected, six animals and two humans have gotten sick or died since early February in the US. Four brands have issued recalls linked to the finding of the pathogen. Not only can dogs get sick from salmonella, but they can act as carriers of the bacteria to humans.

And to make things even worse, Euthanasia Drug has been detected in pet foods. That is an overdose causes rapid unconsciousness followed by paralysis of the diaphragm. This drug may also kill via cardiac arrhythmia.

Does what your cat or dog eat matter? YES, we are what we eat, and that is the same for our dear pets.
How much research goes into the pet food we buy? Can this affect your cat too?
How many companies take care of multiple different pets? Do they take precautions for different animals?

What your cat eats is important! Make sure this won’t happen to your cat!

Say NO THANKS to bad cat food!


It took 3 Months before the infected food was recalled!
Why? – First, companies are in denial, and second, it means they lose money!
The sad truth is that there are some companies who are more focused on profits than the health of your pet.
Regular quality checks, certifications and supplying the best of the best products are not always the top priority for companies.

More than 60% of Australian households own a pet and spend over 4 Billion dollars a year feeding them.

There are NO Laws governing Pet Food safety, only a voluntary standard.

Your cat’s health has to be priority number 1
That’s why it is important to look at the Labels and say NO THANKS to harmful Ingredients.


Australia has certifications like the PFIAA certificate (pet food industry association Australia) and the BSI certification, which can help you to choose a pet food that is not only tasty but SAFE.

You need to educate yourself to make sure your pets are safe.

Gourmet delight is making sure that your cat is safe, and stays healthy. Their pet foods manufacturing standards are produced at human grade manufacturing facilities, that is why pet food security is one of our key principles.

For ingredients to be human grade, Gourmet Delight does not utilize 3D meats, such as meat derived from diseased, disabled or dying etc. Ingredient safety and knowing what goes into making your pet food is becoming more and more important because food security issues are escalating globally, that is why Gourmet Delight is proud to state that their cat food is pet safe and the food ingredients are pet safe and the manufacturing facilities are made to human food standards.

Cats are obligate carnivores and as such need high-quality real meat protein and very little plant or vegetable material, the only plant and vegetable material cats would eat in their wild diets would be the stomach contents of their prey, that they had just killed.

Take a look at your pet food and look at the ingredient list on the can, the ingredients are listed in descending order from the largest constituent ingredient to the smallest.

What is on the top of your cat food ingredients list?

Cats need animal protein, make sure the ingredients in your pet food consist mainly of animal-based protein sources, real meat, as this is naturally what cats eat and this is species appropriate food.

What you don’t want to see on your Cat food Ingredients:

Wheat, Corn, Gluten, Soy should not be included in your cat’s food. None found in Gourmet Delight. Your choice matters and affects your loved ones.

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