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  • Info The domestic cat (Felis catus or Felis silvestris catus) is a small, usually furry, domesticated, and carnivorous mammal. more...
  • Their coat does not reach full development until the cat is two years old.
  • So he pretty much knew the names of the cats and what they was about.
  • He also features his cats and other animals around his home.
  • A cat's main use of body language is through its tail.
  • The cat, which he intended to kill as well, has also gone missing.
  • The following morning he recognized Cat island, and shortly thereafter reached his ships.
  • One day, the king decided that he wanted his daughter to marry the cat's master.
  • Soon after that the cat's mouth began to water again for the fat. Cited from Household Stories by the Brothers Grimm, Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm
  • All its fur stood out like a cat's when it is going to fight. Cited from Five Children and It, by E. Nesbit
  • Even among higher animals such as the dog, cat and bear, similar behavior is noted.
  • Her eyes were of the pale green that is common among cats.
  • This effect may be combined with a cat eye effect.
  • There are some measures being taken to ensure the cat population does not grow.
  • The adult coat reaches its full development when the cat is approximately two years old.
  • Ultimately she is able to escape by walking with her hand on the cat's back.
  • Within such groups, one cat is usually dominant over the others.
  • "Why can't you see when to let go the cat's tail?" Cited from Days of the Discoverers, by L. Lamprey
  • Soon after, during a match a black cat ventured on to the ground.
  • At the same time, more names become available as the cat's world becomes more diverse.
  • The cat from the beginning of the story heads home.
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Meaning of cat

  • noun Feline mammal usually having thick soft fur and no ability to roar: domestic cats; wildcats
  • noun A spiteful woman gossip
    what a cat she is!
  • verb Beat with a cat-o'-nine-tails