I am new to this forum and urgently need some advice. I have always been feeding my cat Almo nature dried food during the day and a tin of Almo nature chicken mornings and evenings. I eventually started giving her a tin of Almo Nature tuna every now and again, which very quickly turned into a regular thing as she decided she didnt want to eat the chicken anymore. Now my cat just picks at the chicken and usually doesnt even finish the small tin (70g) And I have given in to feeding her a tin of the Almo Nature tuna almost every evening. My eyes have recently been opened to the fact that I could be killing my cat with this diet and I am desperatly trying to get her onto a high quality complete wet food. But I think I have created a monster! I have been trying to mix a bit of new food in with the tuna, starting very slowly with a teaspoon at a time, but she either won't touch the tuna/new food mix at all or she will just eat around the area where the new food is and leave that bit behind. She will still eat a bit of the Almo Nature chicken but rarely finishes the tin and if I mix the new food in with that, she wont touch the chicken/new food mix at all and just walks away. This has been going on for a week now and my cat is barely eating. I am also trying to replace the Almo Nature dry with Applaws by adding ittle bits of Applaws at a time to her dried food. But she really dislikes this as well and is not eating enough dry food to get enough nutrition and calories. From reading through these forums I can see that I am not alone with this problem. Has anyone successfully weaned a tuna junkie off of tuna? How did you manage to do it? Does anyone have any advice how I should go about it, is there any particular brand of food that is a nice, smelly tuna replacement? I have tried the Bozita crab and the shrimp flavours. She doesnt like it mixed in with the tuna but she will eat about a tablesppon of Bozita on its own but after that she walks away and wont touch the stuff again. I have also tried Sheba, Animonda Carney, and Grau. She is not happy with any of them. Am i just confusing my cat by offering differnt foods all the time, should I rather just stick with one type of new food and hope she eventually gets used to it? Perhaps I am also overdoing it by trying to change her dried food at the same time? Eventually I would like to get her off of the dried food alltogether but for now I would like to at least get her onto a grain free dried food. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I really want to wean my cat off of tuna as quickly as possible but dont want to starve her either.