After reading up on cat food, with my bladder boy (Beandip) in mind - I decided that dry food would not be served here anymore.
Several menus going at once here...one basic theme - no dry food...just canned (or raw) with no mystery byproducts, corn, wheat, or soy. I prefer grain free but do serve some rice.
Leopold...wet only - Wellness, Avoderm, By Nature Organics, Newman's Own, Pet Promise...occasionally EVO, Merrick's, Eagle Pack and others. He's not picky, except he doesn't like Natural Balance. He'll do raw so long as it's not on his plate (only tastes good if it's stolen from others). Silly cat.
Momma - either raw or canned Natural Balance or Avoderm. Those are the ones that agree with her tummy.
Beandip - A simple grain-free, veggie-free raw as I feel it's best for his bladder issues. This turned out to be his choice as he isn't too keen on canned food anyway. The main thing is no dry food. Since getting off of dry food, he had just one devastating blip in his perfect bladder health - but other than that this diet broke the endless cycle of vet visits, antibiotics, etc. Once in 10 months beats the heck out of every 4-6 weeks, I guess.
Junior - same as Beandip...but Junior doesn't have bladder issues. He does real well on the raw, though.
Paisley - half raw half canned at the moment....alternating each meal. She'd be huge on dry, can't do it even if I wanted to.
Pixel - raw or canned, sometimes a mix.
Pumpkin - same as Pixel...only Pumpkin is slightly pickier at times.
Precious - Canned Natural Balance Venison/Pea mostly - that's her standby. She's very picky. She'll do Avoderm on occasion, some Pet Promise, a few others when I find the ones she'll eat. If she takes a vacation from liking anything then she'll do FF for a day or two. A side note - I have to feed her on top of the fridge on those days. It is kitty crack.
New Unnamed injured baby - raw with the occasional serving of "kitty pudding" (SD A/D - slightly yucky ingredients but it goes over well).