Just saw a post from five years ago about your cats lol...unless cats are outdoor kitties they need the moisture from wet food. They are carnivore by nature and would get their moisture from meat. So it's always good to give them wet food (once a day) along with their dry food. Also canned chicken has too much sodium in it for kitties. And tuna has too much mercury in it and over time can cause mercury poisoning and other problems. Best to stick to canned cat food with meat in it. :)
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