When my human returned from the outside world with a bag of suspiciously good smelling items (she’d been to the NYC pet show), I demanded some of the good stuff within that bag.
ZiwiPeak wet food smelled delicious! I did an anxious dance (we cats are allowed to do that, it helps hurry slow humans up), and meowed louder (in case she forgot to give me the food), and then when the food was put in front of me, boy, did I purr. It was so good I actually licked my bowl clean!
I’m definitely demanding more of that stuff from now on! If you’ll excuse me, there’s a bowl of ZiwiPeak with my name on it and I’m a bit peckish. Bye!
Marvin taking a nap after a good meal of ZiwiPeak
Now Marvin has had his say, it’s my turn. Last weekend I went to the NYC Pet Show, which was a lot of fun, and I highly recommend everyone to go next year!
One of the people I met there was Kimberly Mitchell, co-founder of ZiwiPeak pet food.
As she explained, cats don’t need peas and carrots and spinach and all the other fillers often added to pet food. They certainly don’t need rice or grains or starches. Cats are strict carnivores (this comes from being nature’s cutest, finely honed hunters), and they need a diet rich in meat, with of course, the vitamins and minerals they need.
So ZiwiPeak, originating in New Zealand, delivers just that: the diet a cat needs to be the healthiest, shiniest, most glamorous cat he or she can be (well, okay, not necessarily shiny and glamorous…).
The food is made from premium, all natural ingredients. This means free-range – from New Zealand’s green pastures, and from her clear, clean waters. All ingredients are fit for human consumption, and contain no fillers, no colours or preservatives. Just good, natural, quality food.
It’s as close to raw diet it can be; the canned food is individually retort-cooked in its own can, which preserves the nutritional integrity of the food; the dry food is actually called ‘air dried’, because that’s what it is, air-dried, which again means the nutritional integrity of the food is kept.
Ms Mitchell spoke passionately about giving our pets the best diet possible. This doesn’t mean buying the fanciest, most human-sounding food out there, but food that’s as close to what your cat would be eating in nature. And clearly she’s doing something right – her cat is 25 years old, living proof this is some fantastic food.
I know I’m raving about it, but seriously, the ingredients are incredible, and perfect for cats. I’ve had Marvin on a wet food diet for about 3 or 4 years now, and he is a different cat. He is healthier, younger-acting; his fur is softer, shinier, his eyes brighter. And that’s merely on other top quality holistic, grain-free food.
He absolutely loved the taste of ZiwiPeak. I’ve never seen him lick his bowl clean before! ZiwiPeak is definitely going to become the major part of his diet.
I thoroughly recommend this food to all cat owners out there. We owe our pets the best, healthiest life we can give them, and that starts with diet.
The wet food comes in 3 types: lamb (retails at $2.49 per can), venison (retails at $2.69 per cat), and fish & venison (retails at $2.69 per can). Marvin is a big cat. Tall and long (with a little cat padding for strictly cat-fashion purposes), and weighs about 18 lb. He eats a can a day, half in the morning, half in the evening.
You can check ZiwiPeak out at their website, ZiwiPeak.com.