That's probably because cats will associate comfort with food they were being fed as kittens. For example, if you fed your kitten dry food, she will become bonded with dry food and be difficult to transition to canned. If you fed your kitten canned, it will be difficult to transition her to kibble.
I can't believe that a cat won't eat meat, it isn't in their nature - it's either because the owner isn't practicing enough patience, or the cat simply doesn't like the canned food. Wellness canned foods contain carrageenan - carrageenan can give cats, and dogs, diarrhea - though some cats, like one of my cats, is particularly more sensitive than my others. Though it's "natural" it's really not an ingredient that should be in canned foods. Wellness is one of the most highest ranking brands that have given a majority of cats diarrhea, no one's really sure why, the best anyone can figure is the amount of carrageenan they use is higher than anyone else's.
Brands that don't use carrageenan in their canned foods are Nature's Variety, Wysong, Instinctive Choice, and Organix. My cats didn't like Organix, they were completely turned off to it, so I didn't feed it for too long. I haven't tried Nature's Variety. Instinctive Choice I'd like to try, but it's only available online, you get 24 cans for the price of $24 dollars, not including shipping. But the bad thing about Instinctive Choice is it only comes in one flavor, and cats NEED variety or else they will build an allergy to the protein source in the food. My cats love Wysong Au Jus- but it needs to be supplemented because it contains no vitamins and minerals and you cannot depend on the meat sources alone to supply the necessary vitamins and minerals because all canned meats require cooking, which neutralizes all the proper vitamins and minerals. I supplement it with Healthwise dry cat food so they get the necessary vitamins and minerals, but I will soon be supplementing it with Wysong's Anergen canned food, as my one cat is selectively feeding off the kibble, and that needs to stop because kibble doesn't contain enough moisture for a cat to thrive on.
If kibble is indeed the only thing she will eat, because there are some cats like that, I do have a suggestion. You can moisten the kibble with some water(preferably filtered), moistening kibble isn't an issue if it doesn't contain grains. That way she will get much more moisture then she would be eating it by itself, and even more moisture from the supplemental canned.