Feb 6, 2011 - Ziwipeak Cat Food review and analysis to help you choose if Ziwipeak is best for your cat
Hi Foxxy… That is precisely my point in reviewing every food by reading and interpreting its label. Unless that leabel identifies the source of an ingredient, we’re all left to make an educated guess. We invite ZiwiPeak to comment here but I only rarely see any engagement from manufacturers.
Hi Dawn… Thanks for your detailed comment in support of raw foods. Because there are so many types of dried foods (freeze dried, sun dried, air dried, spray dried, etc.) we have decided to lump them all together (for simplicity) into a single general category we refer to as dehydrated. I’ve gone back and edited the ZiwiPeak review to reflect the air dried nature of the product. But we continue to list it (along with all other dried products) under the generic category “dehydrated”. Probably not as descriptive, but it keeps things more organized. I would have preferred to use the term “dry” but we already use that one to classify kibbles. So, for the time being, we keep it under dehydrated. Thanks again for your note.
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Customer reviews of Ziwipeak cat food are very positive. The short ingredients list on Ziwipeak formulas is the main positive factor that many cat owners seem to like. Also, consumers rate the ingredients of Ziwipeak as being high quality, especially since organ meat is included. The main complaint that many cat owners have, is that Ziwipeak can be quite expensive, and difficult to find in retail pet food stores.Is anyone else having issues with certain brands of cat canned foods lately? I finally got 2 cases of Ziwipeak Lamb and it’s rock solid that a fork gets stuck. I know it has carageenan in it, but somethings needs to be compromised or else I won’t have anything to feed her. And then previous to that there were icky looking things in the Hound and Gatos Rabbit. I completely understand that not all batches of food will be the same, but there is lack of consistency, so to speak; it’s on and off. It’s very frustrating. I would change her food completely if she didn’t have megacolon, but she needs the consistency when it comes to her diet. Ah this is endless…Have you fed your cat any of the Ziwipeak cat food dry or canned formulas? Do you have feedback that could help other pet owners? Please share your review of Ziwipeak cat food!Yes, Yuki thanks! Actually, it’s interesting, per Lisa Pierson’s photo of what cat waste should look like in a cat that is raw fed, Mikey’s waste did resemble the pic – small, dry and crumbly – zero smell. But I did find blood. Once I stopped with NV (and instead gave him a mix of Primal raw rabbit and canned, now on ZiwiPeak) – no more bloody stools. I realize ZP has carrageenan which I’m not happy about, but stools seems ok, could be better but no blood. I did a search online previously and found info indicating that NV raw is too high in bone content for cats. I called Primal and was told Primal is 10% bone content in feline recipes. One of the NV reps I spoke with (in one of the stores) told me that the bulk of raw food they sell goes to customers with dogs, not so much for cats. It’ll be interesting to see how their raw for cats does (too expensive, far more expensive than Primal and still contains spinach).