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Rat poison found in tainted pet food (AP)

Pebbles, a 7-year-old Yorkshire terrier who is battling kidney failure after eating dog food that was later recalled, is cared for at Collett Veterinary Clinic in the Sylmar area of Los Angeles Wednesday, March 21, 2007. The pet food linked to the deaths of 16 animals has shown no signs of contamination, the manufacturer says, and the company cannot explain why the cats and dog developed acute kidney failure and died. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - Rat poison was found in the pet food suspected of causing kidney failure that killed at least 16 cats and dogs, but scientists still don't know how it got there, state officials said Friday.

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