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 Henderson said.Menu Foods said it makes pet foods for 17 of the top 20 North 


Hundreds of Muslim villagers staged a protest Sunday morning, saying they did not 

 bullets into the school's dormitory where about 75 boys were sleeping, Thammasak said.  cats after they had been fed its products. It has tested its products but not   by the recall, agency spokesman Mike Herndon said.Menu Foods is majority-owned  wounding another seven, police said Sunday.The attack occurred late Saturday evening "At this juncture, we're not 100 percent sure what's happened," said Paul Henderson, by the Menu Foods Income Fund, based in Ontario, Canada.Henderson said the recall   daily in Thailand's three Muslim-majority provinces -- Yala, Narathiwat and Pattani manufacturer of dog and cat food sold under Wal-Mart, Safeway, Kroger and other  undisclosed number of owner complaints of vomiting and kidney failure in dogs and reports of kidney failure and deaths.An unknown number of cats and dogs suffered


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