Many people think that it is normal for a cat to drink milk. However, as long as the cat is weaned, the enzyme that metabolizes lactose in the body will begin to decrease, causing lactose intolerance.
After the cat drinks milk, lactose is fermented in the intestines. In addition to causing flatulence, it also causes a large amount of water to enter the intestines, causing diarrhea. The diarrhea is equal to the consumption of nutrients.
If you get a kitten, be sure to know, don’t feed it milk.