How important is "grain free" and/or "all meat" cat food?
So currently my cats get Fancy Feast wet food. I know it is not the best food, but they say any wet food is better than a dry food diet. I see that it has things like wheat gluten in addition to lots of additives and chemicals and by products, so I've been looking at better brands of food.
I see some brands that seem to be very good, like Evo and Nature's Variety, but I notice that some advertise they are totally grain free and other advertise that they have "healthy whole grains". I know cats in the wild are complete carnivores, but yet I see the same all natural/organic, well reviewed brands offer a grain free and a not grain free variety. How important is that? I know some cats have actual grain allergies, which my cats do not have.
Any recommendations for a good wet cat food? My other concern is that after having the junk food, my cats will not eat the healthy new food. But the all natural stuff that is "stewed" instead of pate, like they like, is the kind with grains in it.