I believe some good brands of food are Orijen, Now, Wellness, Taste of the Wild, and Natural Balance. It's better to feed wet than dry anyhow and ALWAYS feed grain free. Some of the brands are solely dry but most have dry and wet. The best way to choose a cat food is to look at the ingredients. No 'by-products', corn, 'meal' (chicken meal, etc.), or other strange ingredients. The higher up on the list an ingredient is, the more it's present in the food.
Any of those 'purina, iams' etc. foods are bottom of the barrel and not good for cats. If you want more information go to catforum.com and read their nutrition area; it's what made me decide to go raw.
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