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  • Do cats prefer warm or cold milk?

    Many cats actually like milk, according to The Cat Fanciers' Association (CFA).

    If offered, cats often like to drink milk because it's fresh and cold, and some may enjoy the taste.

    Despite this, it's strongly recommended cats avoid ingesting milk.

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