Rated 3 out of 5 by sivyaleah Good Snack Choice
One of our cats isn't in to this at all but the other seems to like it. He's diabetic and needs high protein foods, his main diet is wet food but I use the ZiwiPeak Air Dried as a snack. Although he's missing some teeth he manages to eat it fine even though it's very differently shaped than kibble. Would give it more stars if my other cat ate it also but it wasn't bought specifically with her in mind.
September 12, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChunnysMom Great Ingredients
My girl likes (doesn't love) this food, but it's been great for her weight loss... I give her small, measured portions throughout the day, and she will eat it, but doesnt scarf it down. Sometimes I'll sprinkle a little Fortiflora on it, which apparently makes it taste better :) The ingredients are minimal and seem to be high quality, so I feel as if she's getting the nutrition she needs without a lot of extra stuff. Expensive, but worth it, especially if you're looking for a venison only, grain free food for a kitty with food allergies.
August 29, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nick Quality dry food
Went over really well with both my cats. Good quality. Expensive but worth it. I would buy this product again.
August 16, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by sarah My cats love it!
Both of my cats, one being an extremely picky eater, love their food! Although I have to 'hydrate' it with hot water a couple of minutes prior to feeding, both of my cats love it. They also get Ziwipeak wet food, since I want to have them eat different textures.
Also one of them is a CRF cat. His holistic vet recommended giving him a food that would mimic what he would eat in the wild. His blood work showed that he was anemic, he was using the prescription food then. Any who only two months after being on ziwipeak, his anemia was gone! His creatinine did go up a bit more though, although it is expected with a higher protein intake. He has more life to him though! Before he would just sleep, now he is back to his old self, playing and running around the whole house :)
April 20, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mellie14 IBS Cat Finally Putting on Weight - and loves it!
My kitty had a very scary bout of IBS last September and was prescribed the Royal Canin Venison canned food, which served her well but I did not really like the ingredients. It is also very low in fat and she had lost weight in her illness and just wasn't gaining even months later. She didn't really like this at first, but I just gave her a few pieces at a time when she was hungry and also sprinkled a little on top of her canned food. Now she likes it and asks for it, and is finally gaining weight. I'm very happy with the ingredients quality and love the glucosamine/condroitin as she is turning 13 this month. Highest quality crunchy food I have found so far and I have been a Vet Tech and Certified Pet Nutritionist for many years.
March 7, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by TenneSue Worth the try
I have 4 cats. I switched them all to wet food months ago, but 3 incessantly bug me for the dry food, which is addictive, and which I unfortunatly still have to give them once in a while. I have tried this dry Ziwi lamb and the venison. It is like a 'jerky', but I soak it in warm water several minutes, then will keep it moist in a bowl until it is gone #along with other wet food when I am gone#. One of the cats Loves this jerky - and loves the venison best. It seems to satisfy her pestering 'dry food' craves. The other three will eat it, but not as enthusiastically. I will continue to buy it, as it at least holds a little more moisture than the dry. I did try to contact the company 3 times to inquire about the addition of water, but no human ever answers, and they have never returned my call. Still, it does seem to be a good product
November 16, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by CatMom Cat refuses to eat it
I'll give ZiwiPeak two stars for making a natural, dry venison cat food. It lacks ingredients that I know are harmful to my cat's sensitive digestive system (carrageenan and powdered cellulose) and the food is grain free. It contains a single source of protein, which is just what my IBD cat needs.
Unfortunately, my cat won't eat it. She nibbled at it for all of two meals and then decided that ZiwiPeak venison isn't for her. I even tried adding some water to the food, just in case the pieces were too tough or dry to chew. No luck--she turned up her nose and refused to eat it. Even hiding it inside wet food was a failure.
February 23, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Cace NOT INTERESTED
My allergic cat said no thanks. He likes their canned food but not interested in this.
April 4, 2016