One of my kittens appears pudgy (not quite a year). I can still feel her ribs but she does have a round belly. Got her from the shelter at 3 1/2 months already spayed. She had a bout of roundworms a few months ago (very potbellied all of a sudden) but slimmed down after treatment. In doing research about the issue, discovered the new consensus is wet is better than dry for the most part. Grew up with the idea that wet was bad for their teeth and was not as nutritionally sound as a good quality dry. I was feeding Iams kitten, but just switched to multi-cat adult a couple weeks ago since our male (same age) is long and lean. Was trying at first to feed less but they were hungry in-between feedings and crying for food. So went back to the same amount. Originally free fed them (done this with all my cats before) and they mostly are still except I just picked up some wet food on a whim the other day which I've been giving them at night which they seem to prefer. So, before I take her to the vet I was interested in others opinions on wet vs dry. Feeding raw is really not an option with a toddler running around but if wet is better than I will certainly up what I am feeding them and cut back on dry. Positive opinions only please, just looking for other people's experience on the matter.