The herbal cat medicine has been around for a long time and is considered a powerful treatment for ailments such as depression and anxiety.
The most common version of it is called Maitake catfish oil and is sold in pet stores and online.
But some researchers say the product is not really catfish at all.
In the early 2000s, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) published a study claiming to show that Maitakes catfish oils were “catfish oil.”
The study found that the oils were composed of oil from different species of catfish, but only one species, the Japanese catfish.
A subsequent study in 2011 found that a more recent, more common species of Japanese catfishes called Saki are also in the catfish-oil family, but their oils were not as strong.
This new study of the catfishing industry is the latest in a long line of scientific findings that contradict the scientific claims of the “healing” claims.
Some scientists believe that the cat oil may be a dangerous form of synthetic catfish liver.
Another study found in 2011 that the oil contains more harmful toxins than catfish itself.
It’s also unclear whether the oil itself contains the toxins from catfish or is just a common synthetic form of the oil.
In fact, the EPA has yet to respond to the new study.
The FDA says it does not regulate synthetic catfished products, but they are often sold as “natural” products.
The catfish industry has a long history of pushing its products as a cure-all.
It is not the first time synthetic catflakes have been linked to cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and arthritis.
The pet-food industry is a prime example.
The food industry has repeatedly promoted the benefits of its catfish products to help people prevent heart disease and diabetes, among other ailments.
In 2011, the FDA banned the sale of the products because they contained the same chemicals as catfish livers.
The product’s ingredients included “p-hydroxybenzoic acid,” a potent synthetic ingredient that was not found in catfish bones.
Another FDA study in 2014 found that catfish “flavored” foods are generally less nutritious than their natural counterparts, including those with a natural catfish flavor.
According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, cats eat up to 300 pounds of the animal protein every day, and they can chew through almost a pound of food a day.
The animal protein in many catfish foods can have a toxic effect on humans.
The Department of the Interior reported that some catfish contain high levels of the toxic substance methylmercury.
Some studies have also found that cats can ingest the toxic ingredients in the “fish oil” and end up with liver damage and other health problems.
It wasn’t the first report of catfisher oil poisoning.
In 2002, a group of cat fish breeders sued the U