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My mommy wants to know if she should be feeding us on a rotation diet like they feed to the dogs, (please say no, my cousin and I hate change and If you tell her no we\'ll be your best friends forever and ever, and oh bother, here she comes act naturally fellow felines).
Anyhow, she is curious as to what all your humans do with your diet.
Right now my mommy feeds us Solid Gold Indigo Moon, which we switched to recently after a long transition off Fancy Feast Chicken and Turkey dry.
It\'s just that my mommy says Oz and I are so picky it would be very difficult to do a rotation diet with us.
Also she knows really we should be eating wet food but we are absolutely indifferent about it. She\'s thinking about doing dry in the morning and wet food at night or at least trying that.
But should she be feeding us Indigo Moon for a couple of months and then try the Solid Gold Katz n Flocken or a Nature\'s Variety formula or something?
She\'s a little confused and would appreciate any and all help. Thank you very much.
(And remember our offer fellow felines, just tell your humans to say no!)