I have noticed that there is some concern about giving cats milk. Yet when I was growing up (many, many years ago) cats were always given milk. We never gave them water, although they were outside cats so it's impossible to tell if they were getting moisture by hunting and from rain water etc. And even today there is the occasional display of pictures where a cat is enjoying getting milk sprayed at it directly from the cow.\n\nTigger doesn't seem to want her water. She readily lapped up tuna water, but as I don't really want to live on canned tuna :lol: , and there's no way I could bring myself to waste what she wouldn't use, I'm seeking other forms of moisture.\n\nSo maybe some cats are or have become lactose intolerant, or intolerant in some other way. What I'd like to know is, are any of you giving your cats milk? Are there any problems? I only use milk powder myself as the other stuff doesn't sit too well. But if Tigger has been used to getting a little milk maybe I should continue. At fifteen she seems quite strong and healthy.\n\nAny thoughts.