Natural Instinct launches bespoke Easter Feast

With Easter just around the corner and chocolate a plenty, pet owners can also spoil their furry friends with a limited-edition Easter Feast from Natural Instinct.

Easter is a day traditionally filled with chocolate which makes it miserable for our pets who cannot indulge in any chocolate offering.

Although chocolate may be tasty for us, it is extremely dangerous and toxic for our dogs and cats. To prevent the temptation of sharing our Easter treats with our pets, Natural Instinct is launching a nutritious and tasty complimentary recipe for our furry friends to enjoy which is full of natural goodness.

Natural Instinct’s Easter Feast has been specially created to add variety to pets’ diets, including British turket with bone, salmon with bone and British beef liver. The limited-edition meal also aids a healthy diet with source of taurine which helps brain, eye and heart functions, alongside a source of zinc to improve the quality of pets’ coats and skin.

The special recipe can be served as an Easter treat or used by pet owners to whip up their very own meal, tailored to pets’ individual and health needs.

Rachel Kirby, spokesperson for Natural Instinct commented: “Whilst we are undoubtedly looking forward to a long weekend filled with chocolate eggs, it’s important we keep them away from our beloved pets. With this in mind, we’re excited to unveil the limited-edition Easter Feast as a special treat for the nation’s dogs and cats.

Easter marks the start of Spring and a holiday we would usually spend with our loved ones. But with national restrictions regularly under review, it might be somewhat different this year. However, we can still spend time with our pets! Our companions can enjoy a special Easter treat made just for them. Available for both dogs and cats, the Easter Feast, will be available in the UK from today and can be found online and at a variety of stockists.”

RRP 1kg £4.00 or 2x500g £4.50. The Easter feasts are now available now from the Natural Instinct website here.