Thanks Bonkers! I will read this --
Don't know what type of bones either because Teresa was only allowed to say what was written in the formal report, of course. Originally Karalyn fron QC said she thought fish bones based on my photo, but that was not validated in their statement.
I agree that if the food is deboned to begin with, then how & why do the bones even make it to the grinding/screening part of the process? Although in my earlier phone conversations, they did say that ground up bones provide calcium....I haven't figured out my next move yet, but I definitely would like to pursue this further. Only thing I do know for sure is that I will not go back to solely feeding Wellness.
"Chicken meal is a commonly-used ingredient in pet foods. It is defined by the AAFCO as "the dry rendered product from a combination of clean flesh and skin with accompanying bone, derived from whole carcasses of chicken thereof, exclusive of feathers and skin". Chicken meal is never suitable for human consumption as it is rendered." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicken_meal