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Please help me this is my first cat
Ok so I was told Taste Of The Wild is the best brand food FOR DOGS so I expected it to be okay for my cat as well.
I feed Eleka Taste Of The Wild Canyon Formula Dry Food and she seems to be doing well (except she did get fat but that's because I was free feeding her. I am now only feeding her 1/2 a cup a day..please correct if that is the wrong amount.)
Anyway on to my question..
My vet asked me what I was feeding her and I told him..he demanded I switch her to wet food..there's 2 reasons why I do not want to do this if it is not absolutely necessary..
1. TOTW wet food can get expensive when buying several cans at once
2. When I was giving Eleka wet food before she got soft stools from it.
Is it absolutely necessary to switch her or can I stay with the kibble?