I was in the local pet shop this afternoon stocking up on what fussy knicker will and wont eat, well what she will eat actually as to stock up on what she wont eat would be silly and the shop assistant got chatting about cat food and the best is Royal Canin dry and how I should try it for Missy and when I said I didn't feed dry he asked why so I told him (I actually sounded like I knew what I was on about, THANKS GUYS :thumbup and about different foods etc.etc. and he told me a few things I didn't know and just wondered if they were true or seeing as the shop was wall to wall RC dry was he just trying to flog me some. a) cats have no sense of taste, they just go by what a food smells like! b) you shouldn't chop and change their diet as it's bad for them! c) you shouldn't feed wet and dry at the same time as they digest it at different rates, wet in the morning and dry at night is fine. (something to do with the lining of their stomachs) d) if feed enough dry they will eventually drink water! e) when you've found a food and flavour your cat likes stick to it and they will always eat it! (but had no explanation as to why Missy suddenly wont eat her usual tin stuff!) f) the RC for fussy feeders is guaranteed to be eaten as they can't resist the smell but wouldn't tell me what meat was in it as it wasn't important it was the smell that counts! I know that the smell of the food is important to Missy it's the first thing she does and if she like it she's all over me like a rash and if she doesn't a rocket up her rear end wouldn't shift her I just wondered what your thoughts are on this?