Hello! First post here but I've been scouring for quite a while (this is just the first time I've felt the need to ask a question). I'm getting a pair of kittens in two weeks and as part of preparing I've been looking at food for them. They're currently on Royal Canin kitten and I want to switch them to a better wet food. They'll stay on their current food while they settle in to not cause further upsets and I plan to make any changes gradual but I have a few (probably longwinded) questions. 1. Is it worthwhile to get trial packs? My reason for asking being that it's recommended to switch food slowly, especially in kittens, so would multiple swaps like that be ill-received? The biggest trial packs are 800g per tin but that's not much to introduce slowly unless I just did a small amount of one at each meal then switched when empty? 2. As most adult and kitten foods are the same or similar would it be fine to just start them straight onto adult or mixing between the two? There's more adult trial packs and adult varieties so unless recommended (ie for certain brands) I don't see any reason to stick to the kitten label. 3. What's recommended for treats? I know they can be unhealthy/less healthy or just be dry kibble and a lot of people seem to sing praises for webbox sticks (or own brand versions). 4. If I wanted to do a mixed raw and wet diet would it be advised to start them young and how would you recommend it done? Not the introduction or preparation but actual serving so one raw meal a day every few days or one raw day a week etc. I've already written possibly too much so I'll save any other questions for later but a heads up that I'm aware of Zooplus and the thread for it. Thanks for reading and any advice would be great!