My boy Fleabag is 2.8 years old, and has a few health conditions but seems to be pretty determined to keep going. The latest health problem is excessive drooling and limited swallowing. He can kind of swallow and definitely has an appetite but is unable to eat anything with fibers (so pineapple and oatmeal are out, but peas and cooked pasta are in). He can chew slowly but if it's a dry food he'll just shred it without swallowing and leave ground bits all over the cage. The last couple of days it's been a lot of vegetables since that's what I have. It's also what most baby foods are based on which is what I'm planning to switch to. Any advice on balancing the diet out? I'm worried he's not getting enough calories from just the vegetables, and the pasta is kind of sticky and hard for him to eat, so he gets frustrated and doesn't eat much of it.Other health conditions are quasi-chronic respiratory problems we keep in check with a stead supply of meds and hind-leg degeneration. Neither of these seem to stress him out too much as he's lazy anyway and loves the strawberry banana mix he gets his meds in - he's eating this pretty well and even chewing at the frozen block.