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There are no compelling health reasons to not feed him a little wet food along with his dry food. The biggest issue that can come from this is that he may become overweight if he eats too much of either type of food. If you feed him wet food you need to decrease the amount of dry food that you are feeding him.
Some cats can become picky about the food that they eat as they get older. This can cause him to stop wanting to eat the dry food. If he stops eating the dry food, it can become expensive to feed him wet food only. With him eating the dry food well, there is no need to add the wet food.
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