Hi! My question is about how much variety is ok to feed my cat, assuming she enjoys it and I'm not seeing any digestive problems. My girl Kimchi is 10 months old, and I've had her for 2 months. I serve her canned food in the morning and evening and she eats kibble the rest of the time. I'm currently rotating her through 4 brands of canned food and a total of 6 recipes, with a variety of textures. She happily eats it all, as well as her kibble. I'm not seeing any digestive or other problems. I always hear that you're supposed to introduce new foods very gradually, but I'm just not seeing problems with any new foods I give her. I've also changed her kibble brand twice so far, and was thinking of changing it every month or two. The advantages I see of keeping her diet so varied are that she will remain adaptable, there will less likely be nutrient deficiencies, and I can take advantage of sales :). Are there potential problems that I'm just not seeing?
Interestingly, she also doesn't seem picky about litter either. I've tried 3 brands of litter, and she seems just as happy with all of them.