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Sunday Mirror (Northern Ireland) - - Pet Talk -

Milk is not nec­es­sar­ily bad for di­ar­rhoea and I would then your cat. Af­ter wean­ing most avoid it. There are lac­tose-free cats pro­duce much less of an milks avail­able in pet stores. enzyme called lac­tase which How­ever I would breaks down the su­gar lac­tose rec­om­mend only giv­ing milk in the milk. as a treat two or three times a Victor Loane, Gen­er­ally if your adult cat week rather than be­ing a Sal­ford can’t di­gest milk it will cause reg­u­lar part of their diet.

Vet Peter Wright works at Skel­dale Vet­eri­nary Cen­tre, the orig­i­nal James Her­riot prac­tice in Thirsk, North York­shire, and he’s also star of TV’s The York­shire Vet

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