I only have these options of dry food. Please help

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I have 2 cats and I've been struggling with choosing good cat food for them. They are both 2.5 years old, 1 male, 1 female. Both are neutered. I feed them dry food, sometimes wet food and also home food (cooked meat or chicken). They like the occasional luncheon meat too.
As for dry food. I started with Friskies when they were kittens. Friskies is like the best food you can get from convenience stores around here. Stuff like Royal Canin are expensive. But even these are hard to find. There's an economic crisis in my country and lots of people are abandoning their pets:(
Sorry for the large introduction but i wanted to show my situation.

I have these options now:
1.Molly premium cat food
2.Eco natura pet
3.Miglior gatto

I'll include the photos of their composition. Any help is appreciated please. They may not be the best but what is better among these?
(I'll always include wet food in their diet but mainly it will be dry food)

1st image is Molly chicken and anchovy
2nd image is Molly chicken (indoor)
3rd image is migliorgatto
4th image is natura pet chicken adult
5th image is natura pet chicken (sterilised)
 

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I have 2 cats and I've been struggling with choosing good cat food for them. They are both 2.5 years old, 1 male, 1 female. Both are neutered. I feed them dry food, sometimes wet food and also home food (cooked meat or chicken). They like the occasional luncheon meat too.
As for dry food. I started with Friskies when they were kittens. Friskies is like the best food you can get from convenience stores around here. Stuff like Royal Canin are expensive. But even these are hard to find. There's an economic crisis in my country and lots of people are abandoning their pets:(
Sorry for the large introduction but i wanted to show my situation.

I have these options now:
1.Molly premium cat food
2.Eco natura pet
3.Miglior gatto

I'll include the photos of their composition. Any help is appreciated please. They may not be the best but what is better among these?
(I'll always include wet food in their diet but mainly it will be dry food)

1st image is Molly chicken and anchovy
2nd image is Molly chicken (indoor)
3rd image is migliorgatto
4th image is natura pet chicken adult
5th image is natura pet chicken (sterilised)
Check if you have access to Ardens Grange (better quality than Royal Canin and half the price, is a grain free food). Also purina from supermarket is ok. Sometimes cats prefer junk food. 😺
 

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Since you are also feeding them wet food and home food, to me any kibbles within your reach and budget is ok as long as the cats eat them. If you can, try to feed more wet or home cooked meals for them. :)

Yep, times are really hard. I am facing similar situation. More and more cats are appearing at my terrace, others still with their collars on. With them and my own cats to feed amidst the current situation, it really gets so financially hard.
 
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Check if you have access to Ardens Grange (better quality than Royal Canin and half the price, is a grain free food). Also purina from supermarket is ok. Sometimes cats prefer junk food. 😺
I can't find this brand here.
 
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