Forwarded from a yerushalayim veterinarian:
Dr. Pet cat food contains actual chametz and therefore, may not be used for Passover despite the fact the product has a label which reads "no chametz." The rabbinate takes this opportunity to remind the consumer public that when shopping for Passover, it is not enough for a product to state kosher for Passover, but this must be accompanied by documentation from a legitimate supervising agency.
I plan to write a post with details of how to feed your pets on Pesach.
Wednesday, March 25, 2009
I have decided to set up a separate blog for discussions regarding Science & Torah, and rationalist Jewish thought in general. It's called Rationalist Judaism; the comments on the latest post are especially interesting. Please bookmark it and spread the word!
Posted by Natan Slifkin at 9:33 PM