I'm very impressed with the Kirkland brand cat food as the first ingredient is chicken or chicken meal. And the price is only about $14 for 20 lb bag.
I've found that if I feed my cats a food with less fat, they eat more. . .I don't know if it has less fat or just less calories, just something to consider.
I just bought some of the weight control, hairball management formula today. I plan to mix some of it in with the regular Kirkland cat food. I do have a couple of cats that get diarrhea from the regular mainenance Kirkland cat food. I have been feeding these two, another type of hairball preventive cat food)...so when I saw this different food by Kirkland, I decided to try it. I will be monitoring closely.
I used to feed my herd, the original Kirkland Cat. I loved it, a decent food for a decent price. They loved it. But I've been forced to change to medical urinary so for Daniel for the time being. His FLUTD is horrible, can't have anything that's not for bladder. Sure wish I could've kept them on the Kirkland. Way better quality food than the urinary so.
Unfortunately, many (most?) Dry foods could have led to the same ostruction.
Cats need more moisture in their diets than most are willing to drink.
If you haven't done so yet, please add at least 2 meals of canned food per day - even Friskies (or Grreat Choice) Poultry Platter is better than
an all dry diet - particularly for male cats.