Our Tip of the Day:
If your cat likes milk, try yogurt as an alternative treat. Cats can be lactose intolerant, and since milk contains lactose, it can give cats some rather unwanted and uncomfortable symptoms. Yogurt is lower in lactose than milk since, in the process of manufacturing it, bacteria help to break down the lactose. What's more, yogurt contains probiotics that can offer intestinal health benefits even for cats. Plain, low-fat yogurt is often the best option as a treat for your feline furbaby. Of course, just as with any human food or treat, only offer your cat yogurt in moderation. If your kitty likes to join you at snack or mealtime, though, a little dollop of yogurt could make for a happy kitty.
Oh Evan, that is such a great picture of you showing what a great cat that you are for sure. We are just in love with you. We haven't tried Yogurt for the kitties. Might give that a try. Have a great day.
Evan, you are adorable. I like to make that squinty face, too. I've tried vanilla yogurt and it's not bad! ~Wally
Our squinty-eyed snuggle face gets our mom every time too!
Such absolute joy and contentment in his face! Happy Monday Evan!
I didn't know yogurt had less lactose than milk! Thanks for sharing.
They also make special milk for cats - Whiska Lickens has one and so does Catsip. Carmine and Lita enjoy both occasionally. These milks are nearly lactose-free. :)
Evan is adorable. It seems like ginger boys are mama's boys- my Sammy is. Great idea about the yogurt.
You have a sweet snuggly face, Evan.
Mudpie loves yogurt! She has a bit of mine every day :)
Brulee is usually squinting her eyes closed when she hears the flashy box turn on.
I love your tips. TW usually has weird flavor yogurts. She’s tried giving me some before she mixes them but I turn my nose to them.
yep Cody does that face too....aren't mancats just the best? catchatwithcarenandcody
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