cat jump

cat jump

An early style of high jumping.
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Moon awaiting sleep, the boy is amazed to see his sleepy white cat jump off the bed and take off on a mysterious journey that takes him through the mysterious stairway green wallpaper of leaves and birds (who have somehow begun to sing).
When I looked up all I saw was this large black cat jump out of the fence on the railway embankment.
She added: "I was looking out of window when I saw my cat jump in shed instead of coming into house as she normally does.
Mr Sutton said: "She saw the cat jump up to the kitchen window and back up against it.
Eventually we heard rather than saw the cat jump onto the right branch and waited for him to start feeding properly.
When you're 45, being able to have the animated cat jump around and do all the stunts instead was so cool.
16 -- HAVE you seen a cat jump off a high wall and land safely on its feet?
Keith felt the cat jump up onto the foot of his bed.
I was certainly interested and bearing in mind that I'd just shouted one of my favourite lines from the show as loud as I possibly could in the kitchen at a volume that even made the cat jump off the chair in shock, I felt as if I could tick the enthusiasm box too.
Joan Campbell of The Sheiling Guest House, Melvich, had a neighbour's cat jump through a guest's window to present him with a late supper - a dead mouse.
One by one, she tackles the cat jump, the rope cross (`Haven't done this since I was five') and finally the A-frame tent, a giant rope climbing frame.
Then one day I was sitting reading the paper and I felt a cat jump onto my lap and curl up, I assumed it was Julius, but when I looked, it was Twiggy