Ziwi Peak Air-Dried Lamb Recipe Cat Food
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About This Item
- Safely air-dried and ready to serve, this single-protein recipe contains whole-prey ratios of 96% meat, organs, bone and New Zealand green mussels.
- Grain free and nutrient dense, this recipe packs more power than raw food or kibble into a smaller serving size. Plus, it's made without added carbs or fillers!
- Naturally promotes mobility, vitality and overall well-being with 10% superfood inclusions of cold-washed green tripe, New Zealand green mussels, and organic kelp.
- Serve as a complete meal for peak nutrition or as a tasty topper to furry friends of all ages and breed types.
- All free-range meats and wild-caught fish are ethically and sustainably sourced without added hormones, antiobiotics or growth promotants.
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Good stuff for kitties
This is an updated review from the “shoe leather” review. I put this dry food in an old blender and ground it into tiny granules, then mixed it with some freeze-dried raw food, a bit of canned food, and warm water, and mixed it up. THEY LOVE IT! Since it’s highly concentrated, I only feed less than a teaspoon of the granules, plus the other foods. I keep it in an airtight glass jar to keep it fresh. The ingredients are phenomenal, so I’m glad I figured out a way to make this food work! I would’ve knocked off half a star for having to blend it, but it’s really not a big deal.
Tough as shoe leather
I was attracted to this food because of the high quality ingredients, but if it’s too hard to eat, all those great ingredients are wasted. These little pellets are hard as shoe leather! I make a soupy mix of ingredients for my cats using broth or water with a tiny bit of butter, with some freeze-dried raw food, a bit of canned food, and their nutrients and ut health powder. I soaked these bits for hours in the fridge, but they’re still very tough. If my cats are very hungry they’ll swallow the bits whole, but most often they eat everything else and leave these. This food is far too expensive to go to waste. I had high hopes for this cat food, but sadly I won’t purchase again and can’t recommend. If they could make the bits chewable I’d try it again.
Cats are not sure it's a winner
My cats initially thought this was great, but have taken to just picking at it over time instead of eating it at their mealtime. I have tried adding warm water or broth to it and it doesn't make them like it less or more, so not sure their reluctance. Ziwi makes excellent food so I hope my cats change their minds back, as this is pretty pricey, especially if they aren't willing to eat it
We love this!
We have 2 cats, and after doing a little bit more research into what cats require, we decided to switch to wet food from this brand, only problem is my 2 year old cat is a kibble addict and hardly touches wet food. So we got her this and she loves it! For her size (10lbs) she gets 1.6 oz of food, a bag lasts a little under a month. She seems happier and more energetic
Cat is not a fan.
My cat has been eating Feline Naturals for awhile and hoped that he would like Ziwi Peak since it's allegedly a better grade of food. Oliver won't touch it. I tried to sneak some into his meals and he eats around it. So sad since this company is doing great things for our fur babies. Oh well. Hopefully the strays like it.
Great Quality! My cats devour this food.
My cats love every meat option of this food. They have always tolerated it well and one kitty is super picky but he is also pleased.
waste of money
My 4 cats and my colony cats smelled it and walk away
Ziwi Peak gets my cats to eat plain food
When my last cats died of kidney failure and gastrointestinal disease, I was determined to feed my kittens only the best from the start. Unfortunately the wet food doesn’t seem to be as the cheap cat food (kitty crack). So I’ve been putting a bit of Ziwi Peak on top of their wet food every morning. They now seem to love their wet food and very little is ever left in the bowl. I feel it’s healthy and that combined with the Natural Balance wet food, that they are getting the best diet I can afford.
No more seizures
Meekachita used to have seizures 2 or 3 time a month. Now no more seizures since she starts eating this food. It took time for her to get used to it, but she is eating it. The one she was eating before “Indoor cat food “ had less fat, high carb and rosemary extra which were making worse her seizures. Without seizures medication, this food has been helping her seizure. Ziwi food : Air dried Lamb is taking care of Meekachita’s seizures. Canned Rabbit &lamb is taking care of Panterita’s leukemia for years. Thank you very much for Ziwi’s great food and Chewy’s great services.
So Far, So Good, esp for IBD
We have 3 cats. Overall, all 3 seem to Love the Lamb. We are still in transition, but I’m glad it’s strong smelling (it’s cat food, not perfume, & cats eat by scent). Orange kitty has had issues since March, maybe before. Diarrhea, lost weight, always hungry. White kitties (2) also seemed to be throwing up a lot, 1 had diarrhea. We changed their food at least 3 times with no success. Finally orange kitty was diagnosed with IBD. He was on an antibiotic which didn’t help, then a steroid, which helped a little but not enough to keep him on it (we’re phasing off). Enter Ziwi! He finally seems like he’s getting full and we think he had his first normal potty experience today, after over six months of issues! I did a lot of research on the best foods for IBD and Ziwi matched everything needed. I’ll update if necessary but so far, it’s worth it’s weight in gold! (They all also eat the canned).