I have 2 beautiful cats that I adopted from the Humane Society because my daughters wanted to have a pet when I had to send my dogs away, (I live in an apt. and the people downstairs claimed they barked all day. They are currently with my ex-wife who I know will care for them.). I love cats, so it was an easy decision for me. I wanted "rescue" cats since I think the cats at the HS need a loving home more than a breeders cats.
Anyways, my question is this: I have always fed my cats a combination of Orijen cat food with a small amount of Science Diet cat food added to it. They have always eaten it with enthusiasm. Recently, I saw where Dr. Elsey's cat food might be better than Orijen's. I bought a bag of the chicken recipe and my cats seem to love it as well. Am I doing any disservice to my beautiful cats by giving them a food that is not up to par? I have been thinking of cutting out the Science Diet portion all together.
(As a side note, I give them a can of Blue Buffalo wet food at least twice a week just because I think cats need a wet food as well.)
Any thoughts or help on the subject would be welcomed. I want to do right by my cats.