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Ziwi Peak Venison Recipe Canned Cat Food

Ziwi Peak Venison Recipe Canned Cat Food

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    Ziwi canned cat foods are first rate products

    By Isabel on Nov 26, 2019

    I think Ziwi canned cat foods are the best on the market, but also very expensive. My cat was diagnosed with a food allergy. Both ziwi products I tried, i.e. venison and lamb did the trick and the cat loves them. I also like that they include mussels in all their recipes which are good for arthritis I think Ziwi canned cat foods are the best on the market, but also very expensive. My cat was diagnosed with a food allergy. Both ziwi products I tried, i.e. venison and lamb did the trick and the cat loves them. I also like that they include mussels in all their recipes which are good for arthritis in older cats. … more

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    Not even my eats everything cat will touch this

    By MilaPatCat on Oct 11, 2019

    So this is a blanket review. I bought the rabbit, venison, and beef of this company's foods. None of my cats will touch it at all. One attempted it, then tried for a half an hour to bury the stuff. I think the percentage of mussels could be too high for their liking. I wish there were some without the So this is a blanket review. I bought the rabbit, venison, and beef of this company's foods. None of my cats will touch it at all. One attempted it, then tried for a half an hour to bury the stuff. I think the percentage of mussels could be too high for their liking. I wish there were some without the mussels in the recipe. The texture is semi chunky pate. So it isn't QUITE super smooth, it is more like when you make homemade mashed potatoes and don't add enough fluid. Side note: the strays barely touch the stuff. I am fairly sure only my opossum in the area has been eating the stuff. … more

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