When it comes to switching many cats - especially kibble addicts - to a healthier food, s-l-o-w is often what wins the race.
Don't be in a mad rush to get your cat switched over. I hear an awful lot of stories of people who give up when their cats don't instantly take to the new food.
The idea is to make the transition. Not to make it overnight. Proceed steadily in the right direction, slipping small amounts of the new food in with something kitty already likes. Don't rush things. When I first began over ten years ago, I transitioned my cats over a period of three weeks. Other people with more cats or older animals took two months or even longer to fully get their crew on all raw.
(That said, some cats do make the switch overnight - but the point is, don't give up if yours does not!)
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