I have been reading lots of sources of information on cat food on here and am a little confused. Over here in the Albert Heijn which is a major supermarket chain they sell Felix, IAMs, Sheba, power cat and Albert Heijns own branded cat food in wet food and the same again in dry food plus perfect fit, whiskas, purina one and Vitakraft Triggles dry foods Saatje our cat is an indoor and outdoor cat and does hunt as we get little presents everytime she does but when she is in we have been feeding her for the last 9 years IAMs dry and wet food leaving down water as well. From what I have read on here people have been saying this is not very good for cats, although Saartje has not had any health problems with feeding her IAMs wet and dry food. The vets over here frown unpon feeding cats raw food or at least the one we use does and tells us it is wrong as it would not be balanced and would be dangerous to feed raw food. Reading some of the threads it worries me even considering raw feeding if TB can be caught from meats like raw pork, venison etc. We do not want to put our girl at risk of anything that may harm her food wise. Also we don't want to go buying loads of new food brands for them to be rejected and upsetting Saartje by taking away what she has liked all these years we have had her in our lives. We do want to do everything to ensure Saartje eats what she should be eating but are now wondering if we are actually doing wrong feeding her the food we are feeding at the moment. My brain is in overload with all the different opinions on the cat food related threads on here and I am getting completely confused if we should be doing anything different than we are doing relating to what foods we should be feeding and avoiding. Saartje is a relatively active for a 10 year old cat and in excellent health. I say we alot I know but this is because my partner also feeds Saartje so this would be a joint decision if we decide to take any advice and change Saartje's foods that we feed her, he has an active role in her care as well. I have also read the information on the Cats Info link and Feline Nutrition link. I guess I am asking what should we do next? Any advice is very welcome.