Well it takes a lot of patience and $ to keep trying different foods.
Here is my advice, By the way, it took a good year and half, to get
her eating canned food everyday, twice a day. Dont give up.
I bought some Brewer's Yeast, it is a powder, found at good drug stores
and health food stores. You can sprinkle a little on top, for some reason
cats like this. You put only out 1 teaspoon of wet and put a few
of their dry pieces on top, sticking up and out. Add a little water mixing
it in the wet, seems to make is more appealing. ALways use a low
flat dish. Try fancy feast brand - mine eats the gourmet chicken
feast, liver and something, yours might like the grilled or not, the morsels
or not, the chunks or not, the pate or not, they have many textures,
which helps you get a idea also. I stick to chicken, liver, turkey, lamb,
venision (natural balance brand). Try putting a small amount on
a spoon and offer to it, yep hand feed them. Mine would eat it off
a spoon, but not in the dish at first. I buy, fancy feast,
wellness is becoming a big hit, Natural balance and others in small amount
the cans in Turkey and chicken pretty much only. You can
also try the kitten version of some brands, I noticed they must be
tastier. Once you get them eating like a fancy feast, which all cats seem to like, you can start adding the mix program of better quality cans.
Only feed your cat twice a day! Put down small amount of dry
in 1 bowl and couple spoons of wet mixed with water in another bowl.
If you leave dry out all the time you
will have no chance of changing, they have to be hungry to try another
texture, wet food. My own cat eats 1/4 Cup dry- I measure it and
about 3-4 oz. wet each day. She has not given up her dry so we compromise. Oh and will your cat say eat like, cooked chicken or turkey
you baked? I think it is a matter of a cat getting used to different
tastes, textures. Good Luck
It is worth it in saying this you will be doing a great service to your cat.