"The cats drinks its milk"

"Cats drinks their milk"?

I don't if these sentences are grammarly correct. I have to use "its", "their", or both?


Since "cats" is a plural word you must use a plural pronoun: "their"

But you must also make the verb correct. You have the wrong form of the verb. What is the correct form? Fill in the blank

One cat drinks milk.
Two cats ..... milk.

The word "The" changes the meaning, but both with and without "the" could be correct.

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