Lily's Kitchen celebrate Pride

These dashing dogs and fancy felines are hoping to teach us a thing or two about love. In fact, anyone who has a pet should know what unconditional love is.  That’s because dogs and cats don’t care what gender you are, they don’t care what you look like, sound like or what shoes you choose to wear. If you love them, they’ll love you back.

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Lily’s Kitchen, the award-winning British producer of naturally nutritious proper food for pets, has made a stand for love this summer. Not only are they a proud official sponsor of London Pride this year, they are also supporting Stonewall with the launch of two limited edition ‘Full of Love and Pride’ recipes in support of LGBT Pride, as part of its commitment to the equal rights of the LGBT community.

Lily’s Kitchen will donate 75p from every Full of Love & Pride dog tin and 30p from every Full of Love & Pride cat tray sold to Stonewall, an international charity which campaigns for the equality of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people, helping them to ensure everyone feels free to be who they are, wherever they are.

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A personal supporter of diversity, Henrietta Morrison, founder and CEO of Lily’s Kitchen comments: “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 & Pride recipes to LGBT charity Stonewall”.