Coronavirus is not considered a food safety issue by the Food Standards Agency or the EFSA (European Food Standards Authority).
Remember that if you are isolated or self-isolating this may be for a minimum of 14 days. Therefore, it is a good idea to ensure you have enough food supplies for your treasured, furry friends.
Where possible, weigh out what food you have remaining to see how much supply you currently have. Always ensure you have a minimum of 2 weeks’ supply; this allows time for re-ordering and delivery. Consider the number of treats you may also require during this time.
Always ensure your cat has access to fresh water.
If you have an indoor cat, you will need a minimum of 2 weeks’ supply of cat litter and enough litter trays to provide 1 per cat and 1 extra tray.
If you are self-isolating, or prefer not to come into contact with anyone, your OSCAR Nutritional Advisor or delivery driver can leave your delivery in an agreed safe place. Payment can be arranged by telephone – so no cash needs to cross hands.
If your cat takes regular medication, you will need to make sure that you have an adequate supply in case of isolation. Always call your veterinary practice first and don’t just turn up. You may be required to ask someone else to collect and deliver for you.
Ensure you have made arrangements for a family member, friend or neighbour to look after your cat in case you are unable to do so.
6 Essential items we'd recommend to have in place in case you fall ill.
Creating a pet dossier, in case somebody else has to look after your dog or your dog requires hospitalisation, is really useful.) Information can include:
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