Hello, I'm new to this forum and forums in general, but glad I found it since I could use some advice! Two weeks ago my husband and I adopted a sweet female kitten, Piper (6 weeks old). Our 1.5 year old girl, Roo, atttached to her immediately-she cleans, plays, and has even begun to sleep beside Piper within the past couple of days. The only problem we seem to be having is that Piper always wants to eat Roo's food. She will completely snub her special kitten kibble and go for the other. I have attempted to mix the Iams kitten kibble with a bit of matching wet food. It made her sick to her stomach. The vet thinks it was to rich for her since everything else checked out healthy. So we tried a different food, Purina Pro Plan. She ate it well, then went back to Roo's food. So, the vet said try to get the kibble in her with a bit of milk replacer mixed in. This seems to be okay, she eats, but only with the milk mixed in, otherwise its back to the adult cat food. I'm worried she is not going to get enough nutrients in her. Do I try yet another food or maybe mix the adult with the kitten food? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!!