Buddy - Age: 31
Price - 73$
If I held the bowl above my head he would stand on me and try to pull the bowl down with his paw. UM are you joking me!!!!??? I did not deliberately give her these foods, but at various times she has licked up some melted butter while I was cleaning up, got into a glass of milk on the table and tried to eat some noodles with cheese.
Is Feeding Cats Milk Safe or a Bad Idea?
If the video doesn't start playing momentarily, please install the latest version of Flash. One morning when our daughter was about 3 yrs. They like it because milk is what there parents fed them!!
What's the Deal With... Cats and Milk?
Not all cats love dairy! Isla, my feline companion shows no interest in consuming milk of any sort be it "pet milk" (it's either lactose free or has lactase enzyme in it. However, given that so many cats are lactose intolerant, why do they as a species love dairy products so much? Is it just the fat content -- in. “Cats do not gain anything nutritionally from milk that is not present in a diet,” explains Dr. Heinze, adding that it should be treated more like a very much more lactose and casein than many dairy-loving kitties can digest.
Shadow - Age: 33
Price - 74$
Since then I will NOT like any of my cats have milk. Do you already have an account?
Persil especially loves cheese and it is the only thing that will make her always come when called - anything that looks like cheese in your hand, and she is there! I hardly ever eat butter so I don't think they know about it.. Aug 17, 3. Have a point of view to share? I think the majority of cats are lactose intolerant.
Millie - Age: 20
Price - 123$
You must log in or sign up to reply here. Why is my cat sick after eating dairy products? Mika gets cheese treats occasionally and it doesn't seem to affect her in any negative way.
We all think we know our cats. They are often portrayed as wily, self-interested creatures that do precisely what they feel like doing. But cats are. Does anyone else's cat like dairy? I know cats tend to be lactose intolerant, but it is possible that some are not? Is it ok for her to have a little. Milk is a no-no, but what about other dairy products? Since other forms of dairy, like yogurt or cheese, contain less lactose than milk does, these.