Should I include "low-quality" wet food in my cat'
We've been attempting to get our cat, Brutus, to eat wet food. We've read all the articles and discussions concerning the benefits of an all canned diet versus dried food, so we introduced Brutus to several different brands (Nutro Natural Care, Wellness, etc.) and flavors of wet food (including pouched food). The problem is that he doesn't seem to really like any of them. He prefers dry food by far, and I've just about given up on the idea of giving Brutus wet food.
My question is, do you think it's better to feed Brutus an all dry diet of high quality food (such as Wellness, Nutro, etc.), or is it better for him to have at least some wet food, even if it's something with low quality ingredients like Fancy Feast? Or is wet food in general so much better for a cat that feeding an all canned diet of something like Fancy Feast is better than an all-dry diet of the highest quality brands?
I ask this because some people on this board have talked about how their cats seem to like Fancy Feast better than Wellness, California Natural, and other brands like that. I'm wondering if Brutus will like one of the lower-quality brands as well.