This used to be my cat food cupboard before l started feeding raw. l had a young (starving) kitten at the time who ate like a horse, so that food was bought for a month (3 cats).
I still feed them some of these foods. They don't really enjoy the EVO kitten & cat, but l like it so they get it. The grain-free Wellness is a decent price so they get that once in a while too. They love the Wellness Core and the Merrick Cowboy Cookout, and Turducken. Since Merrick changed their formulations l've stopped buying them.
The Tiki Cat they really like. l can't find the chicken flavours here so they are treated to the fish flavours a couple of times per month.
And good old Friskies and Fancy Feast pates on the left side of the cupboard. They still get those too.
The main components of their diet now are my homemade raw, and 2 types of freeze-dried raw - Stella & Chewy's and Primal.
So the long answer is there is a ton of different foods out there, l guess it depends on what you're looking for. Most of the cans in the picture above contain carrageenan. That's out for some people.
Some cans contain BPA. That's out for some.
Friskies and lnnova contain rice ... and so on. lf you create a wide enough rotation of brands, flavours, and variety, most shortcomings will be negated.
l hope this helped. lt's quite daunting to start out at the beginning