There's nothing wrong with not being able to feed raw. It may be better than wet, but wet is still a fantastic option. So, if it were me, I'd focus on feeding that instead.
As for the foods, here are my opinions:
THE DRY FOOD:
It seems pretty good. Not the best, but still a decent dry food. There are some ingredients that are a bit iffy, but you could be feeding them A LOT worse.
- Chicken/Turkey Meal, Cellulose:
not a big fan of these, but it's hard to avoid most of 'em since they're in almost every kibble out there.
Personally, I try to avoid feeding too many since I've been told cats have a hard time digesting them? They also tend to be used in place of meat as a protein source, which is especially bad for cats, since they are carnivores, not omnivores like us.
- Fish Meal:
The worst ingredient in this food. Cats should only have fish as an occasional treat, not as a regular part of their diet. What's more is they don't even list what fish this comes from, which is a huge red flag for me.
a common allergen for pets, and can apparently cause problems when not ground and only when in small doses. Since this is a kibble, it's more than likely ground and in a small amount, but personally, I avoid feeding anything with flax in it.
THE WET FOOD:
As mentioned above, fish should not
be a part of their daily diet. You can probably give it maybe, once a week or so? But a lot of people avoid feeding food with fish in it because some cats may become "addicted", and refuse to eat anything BUT fish. Each cat is different, though, so if you feel your cat may be the exception to this, then I think feeding wet food with fish once a week is fine.
Also, it contains a few more iffy ingredients -
rice and barley. You definitely want to avoid feeding any grains.
- Guar Gum & Carrageenan:
some people choose to feed wet foods containing certain 'gums', since it is VERY hard to find safe, grain-free foods without
them. (there are options, but they're not cheap) However, I'd avoid foods with "carrageenan" like a plague
I had really nice website that listed all the ingredients to avoid in pet food (and why) but I can't seem to find it. :/ Here is another website, slightly less detailed but still containing a lot of great information on why the ingredients I listed as so bad.
Cat Food: What to Feed & What to Avoid - Happy Cats Haven
One thing it doesn't mention is that you're usually better off avoiding "gums" because they can apparently cause IBS-like symptoms, such as stomach upset, vomiting, diarrhea, etc. when fed in the long-term, and in large amounts.
You can probably work around this by feeding one brand of food WITHOUT "gums" for say, 4-5 days of the week, and then another brand WITH them the remaining 2-3 days of the week. I don't know if this would help avoid the negative affects of "gums", but I suppose it's worth a shot?
I almost forgot. If you'd like a list of good wet and/or dry food options, I'm happy to list them for you. I went through as many different foods as I could find a month or so back, then wrote down all of the ingredients, etc. in order to create a list of "safe" pet foods for my own personal use.