Pro Plan is a bit better than what you find at the grocery store but it's no where near good. It seems to be rather expensive too considering what you get. You might want to post a topic and I'm sure we can all suggest better brands. I wouldn't be surprised if those suggestions cost less either.We have two cats and we rotate every day with regards to their wet food and usually we have a base of 5-7 flavors (depending on what the store has). We use Purina Pro Plan (Don't know if it's the greatest but I have heard mostly positive stuff. Basically they share a can in the morning and then another at night, two differing flavors. We also give them a dry food with the wet food on the side. One cat is slim and good very healthy, and the other is getting a little chubbier, he likes his food, so we always try to give him a little less.