^ I definitely second what spirite said. When I switched my senior onto wet she had a bit of trouble shaking her finickiness with certain foods..
For the longest time I thought she'd only eat pate (since she loved Friskies pate, but turned her nose up at the shreds/fillets), but as it turns out, she liked food with a canned tuna fish-like texture - with water-y sauce, not gravy - as well.
And, after trying nearly two dozens brands, I tried giving her a can of the grain-free pate that my kittens gobbled up. At first, she turned her nose up to it. Then I left for a moment, came back, and found her eating it. Now, she happily eats it without complaint.
Some cats will drive you up a wall with their picky behavior. :P All you can do is stay patient but persistent.
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