Maybe if they have the same protein too often in the transition vs changing up all the time. I thought slow transitions were more for kittens vs adults unless the adult has a sensitive digestion. I feed a mix of various brands per day and no issues either.
Generally senior wet foods are lower in phosphorous.
You can also get phosphate binders as a powder to add to food. A little at a time.
I agree, about more wet and less or no dry if possible. You can also supplement with plain (no salt or other seasoning) cooked chicken in...
Try not to offer too many new foods at once. You may need to offer a new food a few times before it is eaten. Maybe try also Wellness Core shreds In the can. I think the pouches are more chunks at least the ones I have seen. They also have chunks in cans so make sure...
I agree with @FeebysOwner
I actually would cut out the dry altogether or feed it very minimally. Dry food can lead to to problems including weight gain and bladder issues.
Don't leave dry out for free feeding but feed at a certain time in a small quantity if you continue with it...
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Here is the link for Meowing Heads:
Meowing Heads Cat Food Collection
My boys fave
Cheshire Cat's Garden
Cat Food Range - Little BigPaw
mousse so maybe not the best choice but he may like it as lighter than regular pates if he is not a fan of pate.
Almo Nature also does...
All three are UK brands :) We live in Europe and I buy Meowing Heads here but it is a British company. My husband is English and I have picked up Little Big Paw and Cheshire Cats Garden up from time to time when in the UK.
I feed mostly wet food but a few times a week premade raw or an occasional bowl of shredded chicken with broth.
I don't have set feeding times. Just when they are hungry and I leave a fresh plate of wet food out overnight for both.
If I will be gone awhile in the day the same.
I don't have an...