Bosley Tries Lily’s Kitchen & a Purr-fect Giveaway!

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I can’t believe Bosley is going to be turning one next month! He has quickly grown from a tiny kitten to our happy little lion, and it feels like he’s always been here.

A while back, I posted about the learning curve that being a new cat mama brings (catch up here!) but the truth is, I still discover new things all the time about Bosley’s personality traits, general kitty behaviour and wellbeing factoids. He’s become more talkative over the last six months, and loves looking out of the window – he’s the unofficial neighbourhood watch!

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One area that can be quite daunting however, is researching what kind of food to feed our furry friends. Wet food, dry food, treats…what should I be looking for, what’s the right portion size and how do I know for sure what is right for my cat?

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Luckily, the lovely humans at Lily’s Kitchen also want to do their bit to look after our pets, putting health and happiness at the heart of their natural, wholesome recipes. And when a parcel arrived bursting with their proper food for pets for Bosley to try, he couldn’t wait to get his paws on it!

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Our lucky boy has taste-tested every flavour from the wet food range over the last few weeks, plus the chicken and herb flavour dry food and some tasty treats. While he got stuck into the first flavour (Hunter’s Hotpot!), I was reading up on Lily’s Kitchen and their helpful hints for happy meal times.

As well as using sustainably-sourced ingredients, Lily’s Kitchen also use all-natural and grain-free recipes, to aid good digestion, heart and eye health, hydration and a shiny coat. They also have a pretty great sense of humour – check out this Cats Host Crufts video on their YouTube channel!

Having our little guy looking good AND feeling good is all I want for him, so it certainly seems like he’s in good hands… but how did it taste?

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I mean, OBVIOUSLY I can’t tell you, but I can share a few observations. First of all, when I opened the packaging, I could really smell the difference. It didn’t smell like cat food, it smelled like real food – the Lovely Lamb Casserole did smell just like a lamb casserole, and not like generic meat and jelly. In fact, I couldn’t really see much jelly.

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And it wasn’t just me that noticed a difference, Bosley was purring away before he even started eating his meals! His favourite wet food was easily the Whisker-Lickin’ Chicken (and yes, it smells just like chicken!), and he licked the bowl clean afterwards. We uploaded a little time-lapse video to his Instagram page recently, you can see him tucking in here!

Bosley is also now a huge fan of Lily’s Kitchen Little Lovelies treats, which are hand-baked in the shape of little hearts (aww!). These were a bit bigger than his usual treats, but funnily enough, he seemed to adapt quickly and not let that stop him!

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WIN a hamper of Lily’s Kitchen Purr-fect treats! 

Calling all crazy cat ladies and gents! It’s safe to say that our Bosley loved trying out this range, and if you think your feline friend will think Lily’s Kitchen is the cats pyjamas too, today’s your lucky day!

I’ve teamed up with the gang at Lily’s Kitchen to give away a hamper of their complete and balanced cat food (cat pictured not included!). All you have to do to enter is follow me on Twitter (@lynsayloves) and comment below with your Twitter profile name and a little something about your kitty (it could be their name, their favourite toy, a fun fact or whatever you like!).

This giveaway is open to UK residents only and closes one week today (that’s 10th April) at 6pm. I’ll announce the winner here and over on Twitter too. Good luck!



10 comments / Add your comment below

  1. We are currently fostering two cats (Buster & Betty, brother and sister) for our friends as they are moving and renovating their new house. They’ve been fantastic (mostly) but sadly we’re moving at the end of the month and our new place doesn’t allow pets, so we’ll have to say goodbye to them. Would be great to send them off with some nice treats 🙂

    David (@d_spacer)

  2. We have two rescue cats, Oscar and Olive who’ve never been outside (much to their annoyance). One day we realised that we hadn’t seen Olive for quite a while and so searched the house for her. Couldn’t see her at all. It was pretty miserable outside and a couple of hours later we (well Oscar) heard a meowing from outside and when we opened the front door, a very wet and bedraggled Olive trudged in. She’d jumped out of the upstairs bathroom (slit) window!


  3. @cardigan.culture owned by Nancy, the ten year old beautiful Tortie who loves sleeping and tummy rubs and Sally, the two year old terror who likes to play with feathers on sticks. Sally does not like tummy rubs.

  4. Hey
    I already follow you (@WildeSoapbox) but my tweeting has faded somewhat of late.
    My three cats, Guinness, Cookie and Smudge would love to try these – after they’ve all swapped bowls a few times to make sure that they’re all getting even amounts that is 😀

  5. What a great prize I’m following you over on twitter under the username @milliegough_ and my Maisie is turning 4 this year as a family we love giving our pets human names as a form of endearment and when I speak about her it doesn’t sound like I’ve named my child something ridiculous haha we went for Maisie because she was and still is a kooky crafty energetic character so Crazy Maisie for now and when she gets a bit slower in her age she’ll be Maisie Grey (she’s a long-haired grey cat!)

  6. We have two cats, Geoff and Una. They are soon to be big brother and sister to our first baby and they can’t wait.
    I think they’ll be great ⭐️⭐️
    Twitter = @printsofheart

  7. My kitty is called Monty and he is a rescue cat… I rescued him on Dubai and flew him back with us when we came back to the UK. He’s a proper little star n my Little boy’s best mate. Very thankful that I my save a kitty from street life n living off the bins. ❤❤❤ Happy Days ❤❤❤


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