Smo was fed only dry food (Purina Cat Chow) for the first four years of her life, and eats mostly kibble and a couple ounces of wet food per day. I've been through maybe five different types of dry food and have been having trouble finding a great one that's still well-priced. For the past several months she was eating Purina Pro Plan True Nature in the salmon and egg flavor, but it contains menadione bisulfite and the first four ingredients aren't all meat-based like I'd prefer. It also seems to make her slightly constipated and her bowel movements tend to be dry and irregular on this food. She seemed to be doing well on Nulo's salmon flavored kibble during the few weeks we tried it, but it seemed to be giving her some sort of indigestion - she'd make these odd gasping noises in her sleep that my boyfriend thought was "kitty acid reflux." Funnily enough, it went away when we rotated the Nulo out of her diet. Right now I'm feeding her the bag of Dr Elsey's Cleanprotein salmon we got to try, and she's doing very well on it. Healthy poops and I've noticed her fur has gotten softer and glossier. I'd like to keep feeding her the Cleanprotein but it is very expensive - about $42 for 6 lbs on sale. First four ingredients in this aren't even all-meat like the Nulo - rather it's salmon, chicken, egg and gelatin - so I'm not sure it's worth the cost. I'm not sure what to try next, just looking for something that's under $30-35 for at least a 6 lb bag. We want something fish-flavored that's low-carb with all meat as the first few ingredients. Does anyone have some good recommendations?