Cats are obligate carnivores and dry really has too much carbs for them (they don't process it well and many cats also become obese on dry). A good quality canned food with the lowest number of carbs would be a good start. Evo has some canned that is 95 percent meat. I try to buy large cans at online stores to be more economical and yet feed a decent quality. Wellness has a couple of their regular foods that is grain free (chicken ... and ... turkey?) They have a yellow triangle on the label saying grain free. I also buy the large cans of Innova Cat & Kitten (ALS) and California Natural. I then supplement with some 6 oz cans that are flaked because my kitty likes texture. So I do her food as half good quality canned and half flaked per day.
Xan Varik von Fernheim (born 4/3/13)