I like to feed a variety of canned foods to my cat, along with the regular brand of dry. Each brand has a little different ingredients and source of protein also, so besides flavor, it makes sense to me to change things up for them instead of depending on one brand daily for years. My cat likes all the canned flavors I feed, I just rotate for him every few days. I wouldn't pay much attention to the receptionist, and even take some things the vet says with a grain of salt. If I'm not mistaken, her weight is 10.6 pounds, which is NOT overweight for a cat at all, IMO.Oh forgot to add that the receptionist asked why I feed Molly different types of foods and that she has fed her dog the same food everyday for years and maybe because I feed Molly a variety is the problem of her gaining weight and she said pets dont need a varity, the same food everyday is better and that thinking they need a varity is a thing only in humans minds not animals... sounds a bit odd to me idk.
So your cats eat wet kibbles? My vet told me cats do not like it that way because it gets mushy.Well I give my cats (except for Jake who has a special canned diet) dry Blue Buffalo grain free but I add some water to their bowl and then add the dry. It's healthy and they don't have weight problems. Eleora you're doing fine and Molly isn't fat.