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Not all adult cats are lactose intolerant, but many are. Lactose intolerant cats may vomit, become gassy or "gurgly," have soft stool or even outright diarrhea after ingesting milk. If a cat enjoys milk and suffers none of these side-effects from it, then I consider it a healthful treat. I would strongly suggest that organic milk is the best choice. Non-organic milk may come from cows that are given artificial growth hormones. If the milk is not organic, then look for milk labeled "rBGH-free" or "artificial growth hormone free." Read more at feline-nutrition.org... Follow us on Twitter: @FelineNutrition
originally posted by: tigertatzen
You should never give dairy products to cats. They are lactose intolerant, and dairy can kill them, even in small doses. Hopefully, you already knew that as a responsible pet owner and that's not actual cream you're poisoning your cat with every day.