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Ziwi Peak Provenance Canned Cat Food Hauraki Plains 85g

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SKU
I254490
Made in
New Zealand
Pet
Cat
Life Stage
Adult
Health Needs
Grain Free
Food Type
Wet
Wet Food Type
Can
Description
Provenance Series PeakPrey™ recipes are crafted with high inclusions of meat, seafood, organs and bone to match the biological needs of dogs and cats. Loaded with nutrient rich superfoods, they feature New Zealand’s best ingredients and are gently prepared to deliver peak nutrition.
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