Hi, My cat doesn't seem to chew his food properly. He's one and has so far had a wet and dry diet, although he much prefers the dry food. After a long spell on Whiskas wet and dry (before I realised just how bad this stuff is), he has been eating Royal Canin kitten dry and has just started on adult dry. I've tried some Royal Canin Fit 32, which he loves, and also Joe and Jill's, which he's not keen on really - annoying as I bought 4 bags as it was half price at Sainsbury's, as well as some coley, chicken and quality butcher's mince. Anyway, he has brought his food up a few times recently, and isn't eating as much as he normally does. When he brings up his dry food the majority is whole pieces, rather than broken up ones. Would this be just because adult kibble is bigger so he isn't used to having to break it up, or could there be other factors? Also, maybe not eating as much is because it's warmer at the moment? He seems perfectly healthy otherwise, and is sociable and happy. I know cats do occasionally bring up their food, but I'm worried there may be another reason. Thanks!