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We’ve reinvented our entire cat range from scratch so it’s as fantastic as it can be.

Our new recipes for cats are more nutritious and full of taste than ever before. And because it’s Lily’s Kitchen, you can be sure that every one is made with top notch, natural ingredients and absolutely loads of freshly prepared meaty greatness – that cats thrive on.

If you have any questions or want any help at all, please do get in touch with our Customer Care team – they’re the friendliest bunch of pet food gurus you’ll ever speak to.


Hello! We’ve been busy in the kitchen creating a whole new menu that cats will adore. We use top notch ingredients and recipes that are full of meaty greatness to keep your cat nourished and absolutely besotted with mealtimes. Each meal is complete and balance, with all the nutrition your cat needs to be happy and full of health...

...and we think it’s simply the best!

See the menu

How to transition

When you serve new food, its important that you do it gradually over a period of about 5-7 days.

This is so your cat’s digestive system can get used to the new diet. We recommend that you introduce Lily’s Kitchen by mixing a small quantity with your cat’s current food and then increasing the proportion until you’re feeding 100% Lily’s Kitchen.

Expert Tips From Our Vet

From Dr Holly Mash
Author of The Holistic Cat

At Lily’s Kitchen, we believe that the majority of a cat’s diet should be made up of meaty wet food, because cats gets the most of their water intake through their food. Our wet food is perfect to serve for each meal and our dry food is wonderful for all day grazing or to add some crunch to mealtimes.

Feeding Guidelines
Our new tray sizes are just right for a single serving. The amount your cat needs to eat in a day depends on things like age, breed, neutered status and how active your cat is. You’ll find feeding guidelines on the back of every pack. They can be used as a general guide, together with a good sense and experience.
For overweight cats, daily amounts should be based on target weight, not actual weight.


Explore the new range and find your new recipes today