ZIWI Peak Wet Beef Recipe for Cats
PEAK NUTRITION FOR ALL LIFE STAGES
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Peak Nutrition For All Life Stages
A clean and simple moisture rich recipe, featuring world-class New Zealand grass-fed and free-range beef.
MEAT, ORGANS & NZ GREEN MUSSELS
Beef, Water Sufficient for Processing, Beef Lung, Beef Kidney, Beef Tripe, Beef Liver, Chickpeas, New Zealand Green Mussel, Beef Bone, DL-Methionine, Dried Kelp, Minerals (Magnesium Sulfate, Zinc Amino Acid Complex, Manganese Amino Acid Complex, Copper Amino Acid Complex), Taurine, Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid).
Chondroitin Sulfate (min)
Calorie Content (calculated)
1250 kcal ME/kg | 231 kcal ME/185g can | 106 kcal ME/85g can
Unit of Measure
Pantothenic acid (B5)
Folic acid (B9)
Omega-3 fatty acid
Omega-6 fatty acid
Transition your Cat
New to Ziwi?
A sudden change in diet or overfeeding can result in digestive issues. ZIWI Peak is nutrient dense. A little goes a long way, don’t be surprised if you feed less! Introduce a new recipe slowly over 6-8 days, gradually increasing the amount of the new recipe while decreasing the old, until you are fully transitioned.
What our pet guardians are saying
Hermes and Vuitton are happiest on ZIWI Peak
I have been feeding ZIWI Peak air-dried and wet lamb recipes for about two months now. At first I only put my cat with bowel problems on it, but after more research on my old cat food and seeing the results of ZIWI Peak I decided to switch over my other cat too. They poop less frequently now and it has significantly less odour than before. My cat with bowel problems still doesn't have perfect firm stool, but he used to scoot his bum over the rug and hasn't done as far as I'm aware since being completely on ZIWI...
Natasha L, Belgium
Instant results for my cat Aki
I would just like to say thank you very much for creating such an amazing product!! Three months ago my cat suddenly lost a lot of weight and the vet diagnosed him with IBD. So he was put onto hypoallergenic food (made him vomit) then he was put onto steroids and when that didn't work he was then put onto anallergenic. He lost more weight on the anallergenic and the vet started talking about more medication on top of the steroids. I started looking into raw food but it looked very difficult and I was scared I wouldn't get the...
Emma Gregory, New Zealand
From two weeks to live, to six months!
Here is my story of the 18yr old cat, Blackie, that I switched to ZIWI Peak. Blackie only had one fang and kidney failure with only one kidney working, and only to a quarter of its full function. The vets gave us a week, maybe two and prescribed him pain killers so he could be comfortable, and asked me to feed him any food he could keep down. I decided to give ZIWI Peak a go. He loved it and could actually eat it (and keep it down)! He went from having a few weeks left, to living an extra...
J'aimee , New Zealand
Senior cat with renal failure thriving on ZIWI Peak
This 14 year old dear is in renal failure. I messaged ZIWI to see if she can have any of their food, as my two Norwegians are on it. ZIWI replied with detailed information about the recipes so I could make an informed decision about which recipes might suit her best. Since she has being on ZIWI Peak she looks so much healthier you can see it in her eyes and fur has got a gloss back on. She loves the food as well.
Pam, New Zealand
Haze, my 4 year-old cat, loves ZIWI
I recently acquired Haze (4-year-old cat), who has been handed over with Whiskers cat food which she is turning her nose up to. I wanted to try and find the best quality food that she'll love, and was sent some samples from ZIWI. Haze absolutely loves the ZIWI Peak Mackerel and Lamb moist food, and I will be trying her on the Venison moist food shortly too. Thanks again!
Nadia V, United Kingdom
Womble is happier than ever
We have just changed our cat Womble, to your wet food and the change in him has been outstanding. He is 14 years of age and has become very sensitive to the ridiculous thickeners that are used in most cat foods, even those claiming to be "natural" and at one point became very ill. I am therefore, very cautious to give him anything new, but the change in his fur, energy levels, general well-being and sense of humour have been so fantastically positive, that I wanted to say a huge thank you! I only wish that we could have fed...
A Bradley , New Zealand