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# It is forbidden to milk an animal on [[Shabbat]], as this is a violation of mifarek, which falls under the melacha of Dosh. <ref> Yalkut Yosef [[Shabbat]] vol. 2 pg. 110. see there for discussion if this is a torah violation or rabbinic </ref>
# It is permissible to tell a non-Jew to milk an animal for you on [[Shabbat]] because if you don't it will cause the animal pain, but the milk is considered [[muktzeh]] for the day. <ref> Yalkut Yosef vol 2. pg. 110, Sh"t Yabea Omer 9:30 </ref> If a non-Jew is not available one should let the milk go to waste so that the violation is only dirabanan which would be allowed to save the animal from the pain, and one should try to do it with a shinui. <ref> Yalkut Yosef [[Shabbat]] vol 2. pg. 111 </ref> This leniency to allow a Jew to do it, only applies if there are no baby animals who can milk the adults. <ref> Yalkut Yosef [[Shabbat]] vol. 2 pg. 112 </ref>
==Brushing Teeth==see [[Brushing_Teeth_on_Shabbat#Sechita | Brushing Teeth on Shabbat]]
==Related Pages==
* [[Brushing Teeth on Shabbat]]
* [[Sechitah on Yom Tov]]
* [[Showering on Yom Tov]]

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