Science diet makes several different wet foods. They have even started making "gourmet" ones. Alot of people don't like science diet, but I'm cool with it. It's still the number one reccomended complete diet regardless.
Canned food in moderation is fine, however, alot of people feed their cats several cans. And canned food packs on the weight faster than dry food does.
I have to say I'm not a huge fan of whiskas, I think their first ingredient is also something I'm not interested in, although I haven't bought canned food in a while. [[I think it might be water as well? I can't remember. I can't justify payuing for water.]]
When I was buying it [[for every once in a while]] Fancy Feast isn't so bad, as long as you read the first ingredient on the can, most of them have a solid meat first, some of them do not. Nutro Max might also do a canned food. I have no idea. When buying a canned food, or even dry you can look on the label to see the first ingredients.
I usually stay away from something that has ground corn, or yellow corn, corn meal isn't as big of a deal to me. It's all about the food's protein source. The first 3 things are what the food contains the most of. I also stay from "water used for processing" as the first ingredient because I'm not paying for a can of water. When looking for a good food I want a meat product to be first, NOT meat by products. So saying that the first ingredient is chicken, I'll buy that. Another thing I don't like is that in Meow Mix "Turkey Dinner" tuna is the first ingredient on the label
So it's all about reading the back label and deciding what you want your kitty eating.