Smo usually gets a few Greenies Hairball tuna treats or Inaba's Churu meat puree treats, but I picked up some Temptations after reading they were irresistible to cats. They are now Smo's favorite. I mainly got them to see if I could use them as wet food toppers, because I haven't been able to get Smo to eat a single bite of wet food for the past few months - I've tried timed meals, rotating through all sorts of brands and flavors, and using her other treats as toppers. None of it worked - she would turn down any wet food the second she saw it. Then today - I blended a pouch of Natural Balance for her (she only eats mousse-y food), then gave her a couple Temptations to calm her down from the blending noises. Then I put down the plate of Natural Balance which was sprinkled with crushed Temptations. She started eating it immediately and almost finished the entire 3 oz serving of food. I was STUNNED. This is a cat that had to go to the ER 3 months ago for cystitis issues from refusing wet food. The feeding instructions say she's allowed to eat 10-12 treats per day, and she would be eating around 9 daily - a couple whole treats before meals, and around 7 finely crushed up and sprinkled all over the wet food. I know how junky Temptations are, but these are the only things that have enticed her to eat wet food. Is it okay for her to be eating these, and in these amounts? She'll only be getting them when she's being fed wet food, not as regular treats. For what it's worth, her old owner fed her only Purina Cat Chow and no wet food for around 3-4 years. I know the Cat Chow is similarly junky with its corn and fillers, but she seemed to be doing all right on that - when she was on it her weight was good, her coat was shiny, and she wasn't running into any issues during her vet checkups. I figured letting her have some junky Temptations would be worth it if it got her eating great-quality wet food, especially as I've noticed her urine output shrinking slightly lately from only eating kibble. She gets Dr Elsey's Cleanprotein chicken which I think is the best-quality dry food on the market, but it's still dry food ultimately.