Rodenticides containing alphachloralose dangerous for cats - Tukes tightens permit conditions for toxins

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The Agency for Safety and Chemicals (Tukes) has tightened the permit conditions for rodenticides containing alphachloralose to prevent poisoning of cats and other animals. Preparations may only be sold in pre-filled bait boxes and sales packaging must warn of the risk of poisoning pets. The risk of poisoning must be communicated to neighboring pet owners. Tukes reminds that the user of the rodenticide is responsible for its safe use, so the instructions for use should be followed.

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