No dry food manufactured by Purina, and very-few varieties of its wet food, should ever be fed to a cat. Purina uses too-much filler - mostly grain - which is carbs. Carbs cannot be processed by cats and turn directly to sugar, which overloads their system and causes diabetes. Most of the wet food also has wheat gluten, which is counter-indicated for cats (and dogs and people, too, for that matter). There are many-other brands that are higher in protein and lower in carbs, which is just what cats need for a healthy diet. I know all this from experience. I had a cat diagnosed with diabetes, and the vet couldn't (wouldn't?) tell me why cats get this disease. My research led me to the answer: Commercial food. Most manufacturers use grain as filler. Cats need meat (including poultry & fish) NOT grain. Grain is cheaper than meat, providing for a greater profit. But our pets suffer. By eliminating grain, starch & sweeteners from my cat's diet, I was able to take him off insulin, and his glycemia returned to normal.