cat flap


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Katzenklappe

cat flap

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He is not a lap cat, doesn't like being fussed, and demands to be let in through the window despite having found the cat flap a satisfactory exit.
A MOGGY who was once so fat he got stuck in his cat flap has won his category in a pet slimming competition.
Not surprisingly, America has the most bizarre and expensive products on offer, ranging from a mink coat for your pooch at $750, crystal studded cat flap at $1,644 to a dog house with plasma TV and spa for a bargain $410,000.
If her new owners work full-time, she'll need a cat flap, so she can come and go as she pleases.
Thieves used a pole to "fish" the house keys through the cat flap before breaking in and stealing handbags, cash, mobile phones, iPads and other valuables.
On February 9, at about 6pm, one-year-old Winston collapsed through the cat flap into the Birk-Birkdale home of his owner, Mark Abraham.
A GANG who allegedly used a cat flap to gain entry into a Birmingham home before stealing car keys have appeared in court.
BURGLARS reached through a cat flap to unlock the door of a house in Cardiff.
If you have a cat flap and he's spraying around the door that it is fixed into, block it for the time being as another cat may be trying to use it or is hanging around nearby and worrying your cat enough to make him scent mark.
Colin Brookfield, 81, had spent years developing a safe cat flap, talking to pet owners, designing a prototype, and eventually lodging a patent with the UK government's Patent Intellectual Property Office in 2004.
Despite it being compared to a toilet seat, a cat flap and a Turkey Twizzler, the hat, pictured, attracted huge offers on the auction website.
This is Buster, the abandoned tiger cub who thinks and acts like a household moggie as he strolls through his owner's cat flap.