Can Cats Eat Cheese?


Cheese is not good for cats. Their digestive system cannot process dairy foods, and the result can be digestive upset with diarrhea. Although kittens can tolerate milk and other dairy products, most adult cats cannot. Most cats are lactose intolerant as they do not produce the enzyme lactase to digest the sugar.
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Yes, cats can eat cheese and some like it as much as milk, but it is not the wisest choice for cats speaking health-wise. If your cat likes cheese, just give a tiny piece once in while as treat. You can find more information here:
Cats should not eat cheese. Feline digestive systems are not designed to process dairy products like cheese and it will make them sick and have diarrhea.
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