Hi all, I took my 9 weeks old yesterday for first jab and second round of deworming. A bit of background: first time I took him last week he got dewormer and probiotics as his poop was very, very runny. Since then it started firming up and holding shape but it is still quite soft and also according to vet on our second visit it’s quite big amount for my kitten. he’s pretty small, according to vet he wasn’t weaned properly and wasn’t fed properly before I got him (I was told I he was on whiskas kitten food), I’ve managed to transition him to wet wild freedom for kitten (chicken&rabbit, chicken&veal) which from what I read is a good kitten food, he loves it, eats really well. I don’t feed him any dry food and really don’t want to start but vet said I should try giving him royal canin kitten dry food, she was very insistent that this is good thing and amount of times she said “royal canin” made me feel like she’s really pushing this particular one for whatever reason. I was really astonished as this particular one is not even grain free, has gluten... she said amount of poop my kitten does means he’s not digesting wet food very well, but I don’t know how food with grain and gluten will be digested better. I’ve talked to a friend who has a cat too and she said it took good while for her cat to firm up his poop after transitioning him into good cat food. So I’m basically looking for some advice from experienced cat owners who have some knowledge about nutrition, what’s the best way forward nutrition wise for my kitten? Price is not really an issue because I really want to ensure he has what’s the best for him. What’s your take on Royal Canin dry food? Honestly that’s last thing I want to do, I feel in my gut it’s not good... maybe I should try different wet food? Is there something you would recommend? I was looking into ready BARF mixes from natural instinct and purrform, is that any better specially in this particular situation with his poop being not completely solid. Thank you in advance for any advice and mentoring, it’s highly appreciated!