Natural Instinct Launches Limited Edition Easter Feast for Dogs and Cats

Back by popular demand, premium raw pet food brand Natural Instinct launches its limited-edition Easter Feast (£4.30|1kg), an eggcellent treat for your furry friends to enjoy this Easter.

As government restrictions have lifted this year, Easter is looking to be bigger than ever, making it an ideal opportunity to spend quality time with friends and family, indulge in chocolate and take part in fun activities.

Whilst we all enjoy chocolate Easter eggs, the perfect Easter gift for your four-legged friend, is Natural Instinct’s Easter Feast. Made from 100% natural, human grade, British Turkey with bone (60%), Salmon with bone (35%) and Beef liver (5%), this tasty meal provides a healthy source of taurine which helps the brain, eye, and heart functions, alongside a source of zinc to improve the quality of pets’ coats and skin.

This specifically formulated complementary recipe can add variety to pets’ diets, being served as an Easter treat or used by pet owners to create their very own meal, tailored to their pets’ individual tastes and health needs.

Phill Keen, Managing Director at Natural Instinct commented:

“Any pet owner will know that when you are indulging on Easter eggs, it can be tempting to treat your furry best friends too. As chocolate is toxic to dogs and cats, our Easter Feast offers an alternative and therefore the perfect gift. It’s beautifully packaged, delicious, healthy and made with love, using the finest ingredients to keep them happy and healthy. Why not get your pets involved in a pet-friendly Easter Egg Hunt to add to the fun, keep them entertained and engaged. Get outdoors and make the most of the new season.

Available for both dogs and cats, the Easter Feast, is available in the UK and can be found online and at a variety of stockists.”

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