catflap


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catflap

n
flap at the bottom of a door that a cat can push to get in or out
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No one likes to dwell on the prospect of Tiddles heading through the Great Celestial Catflap To The Sky, but marking the loss of a loved pet is a seriously tricky matter, especially if there are kids involved.
Still, good to see Groveller Gove and Oozy Osborne and his yappy mutt Lola kicked through the catflap.
Not the finish, although that was brilliant, a well-spotted shot squeezed through a catflap.
The firm's online booking site is now open, but when the catflap springs open at 10am on opening day the first 25 'drop-in' customers get in for free.
George's other talents include eating slices of cucumber and using the bathroom window instead of the catflap thank you very much.
The badger realised it had an audience and made a sharp exit through the kitchen catflap.
After this, their careers continued to flourish - often as they worked together, not least in Filthy, Rich & Catflap, which was written by Ben Elton and also starred fellow Young One Nigel Planer, and the selfpenned Bottom (1991-1995).
Would-be thief reached through catflap in shed in effort to steal chain-saw, but nothing SKELMANTHORPE: Tuesday March 10 at 9.
Since then he's starred in Saturday Live, Filthy, Rich and Catflap, Bottom, Guest House Paradiso and Jonathan Creek.
At first, he's very shy, but when Tallulah shows him his catflap and draws a napping map, he soon settles in.
It's dangerous for us too - it's not like trying to get a cat through a catflap," he said.
Their reputation grew through hit TV shows The Young Ones, The Comic Strip Presents, Filthy Rich And Catflap and Bottom, featuring the characters of Richie Rich and Eddie Hitler, plus sell-out tours of British theatres.