Fine as kittens where they can break down lactose but as cats get older, their bodies produce less and less lactase, making it difficult for them to digest any type of milk. Since they are unable to break down the lactose in dairy products, this leaves the lactose sugar in their system for the bacteria in their intestines to ferment which can give our pets intestinal cramps and diarrhea. PetMd

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