A few weeks ago I was purchasing food for The Boys and saw a sign stating that most canned cat food contained grain, which could be an irritant for cats. I've mentioned Bogie's overzealous licking before, and while the humidifier seems to help he still does it - especially in the winter months.
I though it'd be interesting to try an experiment and get grain-free canned food for a week or so and see what happens. Result! Humidifier + grain free canned food = happy Bogie. The brands I'm now getting have interesting flavors, with names like "Hawaiian Luau" or "California Roll". And there's pheasant and rabbit to add to their meal choices.
So, here's my question. Where are the mouse and pigeon flavored food? Because given the cats I know (Thing Two is a firm believer in outdoor cats), that's the stuff they eat out in the wild. Not lamb and ahi tuna.