house cat

  1. any domesticated member of the genus Felis
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  • House cats employ a vocal repertoire that extends from a purr to a screech.
  • The common opossum is the size of a house cat, with a long, pointed nose, round ears, short legs, and is predominantly grey in color. Did You Know? "Tlacuaches" (opossums )
  • There is an utter lack of wildlife, save for the elusive cuscus, a beady-eyed marsupial the size of a house cat.
  • He has no more weight to him then a house cat, but a small scar runs across the right part of his lips.
  • Her face resembled a house cat and a lioness at the same time, with a strong muzzle but kind eyes and delicate ears.
  • Both are significantly smaller than our "big-boned" domestic house cat who now weighs in at a pudgy 15 lbs.
  • Anise kneels down beside me, touching my hair in her right hand and stroking it like a house cat.
  • And it gets worse: meeting organizers will invariably sandwich your poster between two posters that are infinitely more entertaining, such as “Teaching house cats to perform cold fusion” and “Mating preferences in extraordinarily adorable red pandas.” 2009 August « Items of Interest
  • Shampoos are not residual as they are rinsed off, and it is not much fun washing the average house cat.
  • Primitively clumsy and slow, with conical heads and pointed pink noses, sparse gray fur and naked ears, mature opossums reach the size of house cats (about ten pounds).
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