moggy


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moggy

(ˈmɒɡɪ) or

moggie

n, pl moggies
(Animals) Brit a slang name for cat11 Sometimes shortened to: mog
[C20: of dialect origin, originally a pet name for a cow]
Translations

moggy

[ˈmɒgɪ] N (Brit) → gatito/a m/f, michino/a m/f

moggy

n (Brit inf) → Mieze f (inf)

moggy

moggie [ˈmɒgɪ] n (Brit) → micio
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The book features the moggy in scenes around the station such as perching in the information desk window and hanging out on the platform.
The tiny moggy was only discovered after the lorry had travelled from Dundee to Glasgow airport on November 8.
He stumbled upon the moggy three years ago while studying for exams.
Now the fab fur have taken another step, on to the stage, and they've brought a selection of moggy mates and feline foes with them for the ride.
MIRACLE moggy Boots is counting his blessings after using three of his nine lives.
MISCHIEVOUS Midland moggy Felix is recovering at home after surgery to remove a cat food can from his head.
Vet Simon Pudsey, coowner of the practice, said the moggy was lucky not to have been blinded.
NAME: Manuel APPEARANCE: White with small grey patches SPECIAL SKILLS: Over the last few weeks, we've seen cats with careers, a feline florist and a tabby who rides on the back of a tortoise so I suppose the fact that Manuel is a moggy who can play musical instruments will come as no surprise to anyone.
The middle-aged woman claimed that her seven-year-old moggy named Bull has engaged in unnatural sexual behaviour and has been making advances to male cats, in presence of female cats, Metro.
BRITISH comedian Russell Brand says he loves his cat, named Moggy Morrison, the most in the world.
The moggy is now facing paralysis after the pellet hit him in the neck.
Now the RSPCA is asking for information about the sick moggy.