It would be really boring for me as a cat owner as well as boring for the cats (although a cat that's never had wet before may not know any better) to feed only dry food to my cats. House cats are supposed to be pampered and catered to. Cat owners should not refuse to feed wet on the basis of, "Well it's inconvenient for me to open a can, I don't like the smell, etc." Your cat has no choice in regards to what your cat gets to eat especially an indoor cat who cannot hunt it's dinner. I am in favor of keeping cats indoors and safe but in this case shouldn't they be allowed variety of food choices that include variety of flavor, texture and smell? Shouldn't they be encouraged to eat food that's more similar to the nutrition they would find in a mouse? Shouldn't they be encouraged to get moisture from their food as they would in the wild, especially if it benefits their kidneys, urinary tract, digestive system etc? What is the rationale for "I'm not going to feed my cat any wet." It's just too stubborn.
I want my cats to have all the variety they can enjoy at mealtime as well as opportunities for play, cuddling, petting, entertainment and all the comfort they should have as a house cat. Would you like to be fed from a box of dry human food exclusively and denied anything else to eat, even if it has all the vitamins and minerals you need? I think it's must more fun to plan my cats meal menu as if to say today they get chicken and liver for dinner, tomorrow it's salmon supreme, Wednesay Turkey in gravy surprise and so forth. Come one now part of loving your cats means you spoil them a little (or a lot). I can totally understand no jumping on the table, no scratching the couch but I don't understand, "Wet food restricted, wet food denied or wet food not allowed except as occasional treat." Too stubborn and not enough logical rationale behind it. Now if your cat won't eat wet food, that is another matter.