I wasn't sure whether I should post this here or in the General Cat Care forum, but I figure dental care is closely tied to food. Thor, my cat, is just over five months old. He is just entering puberty, and I guess he'll be getting his adult teeth soon (I read that it happens at around 6 months). He eats primarily wet food (a variety of brands, including Wellness, Koha, and more) and we buy him liver and gizzards that he loves. Based on his diet, I don't think we'll have to brush his teeth.... right? Gizzards are very tough, and chewy, so he ought to be fine. I just can't picture him allowing anyone to poke his mouth and stick a toothbrush in there. He's got good genetics, none of his predecessors had tooth problems and, in fact, they had very spledid teeth. Once he's older, we might even feed him chicken wings (raw), since I know bones are the best way to clean teeth. The downside is that 1) he'll drag the wing around the kitchen and 2) I get really scared feeding cats bones. Any advice/opinions? Thanks in advance.