One of my four cats never made it through the beginning stages of transitioning to raw. He'd refuse to eat if his wet food contained the slightest bit of ground raw meat, so I pretty much gave up and just fed him canned. After a while he started refusing his wet food also. He would lick it a few times and then walk away. He started to lose weight and would barely touch his food no matter what brands or flavors we tried. We decided to add dry back in and that did the trick! Now he's a food fiend. We currently have him on Merrick BG chicken dry, just about a tablespoon mixed in with every wet meal. I know BG isn't a bad food, but I'm sure there are better. Orijen adult is a definite contender but it is pretty expensive, and I have several other mouths to feed. Perhaps Acana Grasslands? I just want something that's grain free but still far more animal protein that potato and/or pea. Oh, and nothing fish based. Any suggestions?