Isekai Yururi Kikou: Kosodateshinagara Boukensha Shimasu

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Vol. 2 Ch. 14 - Mina!
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Nobody:

Goblin Slayer: "Did someone say goblin"
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To everyone commenting regarding the cat-killing milk... you are right.
Milk giving cats deadly diarrohea is actually extremely rare. Possible, but very rare.

The actual chapter note was quite different, but something went wrong somewhere, somehow.
"PR/N: Actually, no. Forget “The Aristocats”, giving milk to cats after weaning is going to give them bellyache and diarrohea, which can be fatal to very young cats. Before weaning, kittens have the enzyme to digest lactose, but they should drink their mother’s milk only."
Last edited 4 mo ago by Shaka.
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You shouldn't make cats drink milk? What was the point of my childhood spent on watching Tom and Jerry!?
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The twins are so precious
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i am here for the twins wrecking monsters, get biology class instead ?
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Even if cats can drink lactose free and low fat/sugar milk there is no real advantage to give it to them, if ya cats like milk give them raw goat milk instead, that milk can be benefical for their health instead of just a treat ;) (and most cats i know fuuuu**n love it xD)
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@knicknac95 do not buy the cat milk, the cat milk is just expensive and also not really healthy if you want to give them milk you should give them the milk for humans who have lactose intolerance as well
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Thanks for the chapter!
Author wrong in milk killing cats. While kittens have the enzyme to digest milk, about 50% or more of adult cats lose it and become lactose intolerant. So while some cats can drink milk fine (should see vet to have a lactose tolerance test done before try,) the ones that can't can develop health problems from the undigested milk in stomach such as but not limited to diarrhea, stomach ache, gas, and cramps. Also, if cat can have milk it's better to go with an organic, lactose free, low fat, and low sugar type like 1% or skim. However, should always consult with a vet first just in case.

As for goblin quest the kids are probably going to one hit tko them even if have high class goblins like a Goblin King, Lord, Mage, or Knight. Especially since Syl mentioned the kids are the water gods children, although what happened to their mother, how did they end up in forest, and where did they grow up that they weren't named? Guess will have to read to find out.
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And even so, this is only true to adult cats.
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I came over here to explain that cat's won't die just from drinking milk, only to find that a bunch of others already explained it.

As TehSDragon pointed out, it's nothing more than lactose intolerance, so they'll only get an upset stomach. However, they're actually perfectly fine with most dairy products and even many kinds of milk, they can drink goat or horse milk without any problems.
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@Hollow7F like @derpdederp said, water is usually fine for adult cats. Young kittens (and human kids too, actually) have the lactase enzyme, which helps break down the lactose in milk, but as both cats and humans grow older, the lactase breaks down and eventually disappears (or only remains in trace amounts). So like derp said, while it won't kill them, adult cats are naturally lactose intolerant and it'll give them upset stomachs
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Reccomend the manwha that's on page 28. Fairytale for the demon lord is pretty good.
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@Hollow7F nah it won't kill them but you shouldn't give it to them really. Not sure about kittens but cats are fine with water.
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As Skrit says it wont killl them, but it will give them an upset stomach.
if possible get hold of Lactose free milk [ there are also specially prepared milk drinks made for cats].
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It won't kill cats, but they shouldn't be having it because they are like dogs where they are just naturally lactose intolerant.
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wait milk can kill cats? wow that sucks, i mean over here we give milk to dogs when they eat poison so they throw it up but i didnt know cats had it worst
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Good staff warning there. It's surprising just how few animals can take milk without consequence