ZIWI Re-Introduces Rabbit & Lamb Cat Recipe in Larger Size



ZIWI re-introducted the ZIWI Peak New Zealand Rabbit & Lamb cat recipe in 6.5 oz. cans.


“Our Rabbit & Lamb wet recipe has always been well received by pet guardians and our retail partners, however for the past couple of years, wild New Zealand rabbit has been limited in availability,” said Mary Helen Horn, executive director and president of Ziwi USA Inc. “Not willing to compromise on ingredient sourcing, we’ve had to limit the availability of this recipe to 3 oz. cans. Now that we have a steady supply of rabbit, it’s given us the opportunity to reintroduce this popular recipe in the 6.5 oz. can.”    


ZIWI Peak’s Rabbit & Lamb whole prey recipe for cats features 92 percent ethically sourced wild rabbit with free-range and grass-fed lamb, organs and bone. The recipes feature a blend of superfoods, green cold-washed lamb tripe and New Zealand green mussels. Loaded with nutrients, green tripe is best known for supporting digestive health and is high in palatability. New Zealand green mussels are a natural source of glucosamine and chondroitin to promote joint health and omega-3 for healthy skin and coat.


Like all of Ziwi’s dog and cat wet recipes, New Zealand Rabbit & Lamb is packaged in BPA-free cans and is free from high glycemic ingredients such as potato or tapioca starch and unwanted binders like gums, carrageenan or agar-agar.   


ZIWI also offers a wide variety of air-dried and wet recipes for both dogs and cats. All foods are complete and balanced and suitable for dogs and cats of all breeds and all life stages.


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