Hello there! I am a pre-veterinary student with an interest in animal nutrition, so of course after I got my first cat I went crazy trying to make sure I feed her the best possible diet. My main concern has been keeping her protein levels high and the carbohydrates low as cats are obligate carnivores. I do feed her both canned and dry food, although I focus more on the canned food because of its higher moisture and protein contents. I have exposed her to a bunch of different textures and flavors, but have recently settled on feeding her Royal Canin kitten thin slices in gravy as she absolutely loves it. However, she is about to reach her first birthday so I am on the lookout for an adult food. This may sound strange but this is the plan I have come up with and I am wondering what your opinions on this will be. I have decided to feed her Purina DM (canned and some dry) because of its very high protein content and decent ingredients list. I received some as a free sample from work and I already know she enjoys it. I can't find a good reason to not do this but y'all may have some ideas that I haven't though of yet. Let me know what you think!