If you were feeding a mixture of kibble and wet originally, then you can just ditch the kibble altogether and just feed the wet. If you are just feeding kibble, then it is best to introduce the wet food slowly by adding a little bit at a time, mixing it in with the kibble and increasing the amount gradually over time until your cat is on 100% wet food!
This is a general guideline, so please listen to your cat, every cat is different, what works for one may not work for the other!
Wet food? The next step would be to now start adding little bits of raw to your cats wet food. Gradually increase the raw and reduce the wet until your cat is 100% on raw.
However, cats can be incredibly fussy and again this may take time! You may have to become an expert in disguising bits of raw into the wet.
It has been known that some cats do not recognise raw as food because it is less fragrant than wet/ kibble. You may have to entice them by adding some bone broth to the mix, or sprinkling crushed kibble on top.
If they still aren’t eating the raw, another idea would be to add boiled chicken to the wet and gradually reduce the boiling time until it’s raw and then increase the amount of raw chicken and reduce the wet.
Also, some cats do not like eating from a bowl, try using a plate with chunks of meat spread apart over the plate.
REMEMBER: Slow and steady wins the race Once your cat has fully made the switch there are a few bits you will need to know about getting the balance correct.