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'Cat' milk

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treaclesoda Sat 30-Apr-16 10:27:52

You know the way 'cat milk' is lactose reduced to make it suitable for digestion by cats?

Could they drink lacto free 'human' milk, or would that not be suitable? I was just thinking that the cat stuff is expensive and the human stuff is cheaper.

RubbishMantra Sat 30-Apr-16 15:15:06

Not sure about the lacto free stuff, but they can have goats milk.

treaclesoda Sat 30-Apr-16 16:39:55

Thank you. smile

Sparklingbrook Sat 30-Apr-16 17:10:32

TBF cats don't need milk at all.

treaclesoda Sat 30-Apr-16 18:35:59

I know they don't need it, but she just likes it so much...

I've turned into such a soft touch, a couple of years ago I would have been the person on mumsnet moaning about next door's cat crapping in my flower bed. I didn't realise that the furry wee beggars could be so cute blush

Sparklingbrook Sat 30-Apr-16 18:39:58

I used to buy it for my old cat but I stayed strong this time around. grin I know someone who gives hers evaporated milk mixed with a bit of warm water.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 01-May-16 08:59:36

Yes they can OP, cat milk is a big rip off!

sashh Mon 02-May-16 12:09:18

Have a look on the packet of the cat milk - last time I looked it said "goats milk' so I bought that in a 2 pint pack.

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