domestic cat

NOUN
  1. any domesticated member of the genus Felis
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How To Use domestic cat In A Sentence

  • Bengals, because they have pelts and not coats like domestic cats, shed very little, and cause less allergic reactions.
  • Common around outlying human settlements, the bobcat will sometimes take small farm animals including domestic cats if easily accessible.
  • Interbreeding with domestic cats has made it difficult to know whether conservation would protect the wildcat or a crossbreed. Times, Sunday Times
  • As indeed is the lion, the otter or the domestic cat when they are out a-hunting.
  • This snake-mimicry is employed by many species, from the familiar domestic cat to less familiar finches.
  • Because it is similar in taste and texture to domestic catfish, the pangasius has aroused the ire of American catfish farmers who have persuaded Congress to erect stiff nontariff barriers to pangasius imports. Fishing For Trade
  • Their coloration is similar to that of a tabby domestic cat and makes them difficult to see in their forested habitats.
  • This is borne out by him in his famous book on Otters, Ring of Bright Water where he writes, ‘They bear as much relation to a domestic cat as a wolf does to a terrier and they are reputedly untameable.’
  • This short gestation means that, like the kittens of a domestic cat, the cubs are born blind and helpless.
  • The cross-breeding of domestic cats with more exotic species is not new. Times, Sunday Times
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