One could argue that cats might but it isn't good for them to do.Are humans the only animal that are able to drink milk as adults and not have it cause issues?Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead?Objective To examine whether high milk consumption is associated with mortality and fractures in women and men. The women responded to a second food frequency questionnaire in 1997.(I never had pigs, but my uncle and grandfather did, and fed excess milk to the adult pigs.) As noted above, wild birds will also steal milk when the opportunity arises. Humans only appear to be isolated in drinking milk as adults by their ability to obtain milk through farming.Just to point out an exception, adult cows sucking other cows' milk are not uncommon.Regarding access, how would most adults go about getting milk?
The caption said that the price was so low that they used it for animal feeding instead of selling for human comsumption. At some times and places, butter was the primary reason for dairies.At least, it's common enough to be a concern in dairy farms and for simple fixes to have been developed.The usual fix is just a piece of plastic pinned to the offending cow's nose that makes the suckled cow walk away.It is also possible that pets do not actually produce any lactase at adult age but rather that some pets are just able to deal with having indigestible lactose in their guts! Tits and robins in 20th century England A funny and famous case is the case of blue tits and robins in the 20th century, in England.At that time, in England, the milkman was bringing the milk at home in the morning and would leave glass bottles with a simple aluminium cap in front of people's home.