British pet food producer Lily’s Kitchen has announced that it has partnered with international LGBT equality charity Stonewall for its limited edition ‘Full of Love and Pride’ recipes for dogs and cats.
Lily’s Kitchen will donate 75p from every Full of Love and Pride dog tin and 30p from every Full of Love and Pride cat tray sold to Stonewall.
The limited edition range includes the Full of Love and Pride for Dogs (400g tin, £2.49), which is a beef dinner recipe containing 60 percent freshly prepared beef and a bowlful of organic vegetables – potatoes, carrots, apples, green beans and broccoli – vitamins, minerals, botanicals and herbs.
The cats recipe is the Full of Love and Pride for Cats (85g tray, 95p) which is a chicken dinner, designed for felines containing 65 percent freshly prepared chicken, salmon oil and chelated minerals.
Available from 1 June, these limited edition recipes will be on the Lily’s Kitchen website and in independent pet shops nationwide. In addition to its support for Stonewall, Lily’s Kitchen has also signed up to be an official partner of Pride in London 2018.
Henrietta Morrison, founder and CEO of Lily’s Kitchen, said: “Pets can teach us a thing or two about love – they don’t distinguish between gender and will love unconditionally, which is something we at Lily’s Kitchen are really excited to celebrate.
“This is demonstrated through our partnership with Pride in London, which is supported by people of all sexual and gender preferences who believe, like us, that equality should be celebrated, and our decision to donate proceeds from the sale of our limited edition Full of Love and Pride recipes to LGBT charity Stonewall. It is also about who we are as a business and our belief that pets make a family, and they deserve proper food, whatever shape or size they are, and from whatever background.”