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I don\\\'t like wet food..
My human buys me Maxximum Kitten food to eat, because she is on such a tight budget and can\'t afford the really good kinds quite yet. So she wanted to buy me wet food as part of my diet too.. she\'s tried three different brands and I don\'t like any of them!
Well, I\'ll eat a couple of bites but I never finish it.. is it normal for a kitty not to like wet food? Or do you think my human\'s just not buying me the right kind? She\'s tried Meow Mix cups, Special Kitty, and Whiskas pouches.. all different varieties too.
Of course, she didn\'t know before that those brands aren\'t the best. Do you think if she buys me some more expensive cans, I might like them more? If so, what are some fairly cheap, but still good for me brands?
If I still don\'t like them, is it okay only to have a dry food diet? Or is there some human food she might be able to give me as substitutes? She\'s a vegetarian so she doesn\'t have meat in the house very often.