Hypochaeris radicata

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Noun1.Hypochaeris radicata - European weed widely naturalized in North America having yellow flower heads and leaves resembling a cat's ears
genus Hypochaeris, genus Hypochoeris, Hypochaeris, Hypochoeris - widely distributed genus of herbs with milky juice; includes some cosmopolitan weeds
weed - any plant that crowds out cultivated plants
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Hero vets were able to save Tic despite the horrific injuries and have removed two airgun pellets - one from behind the cat's ear and another in his abdomen - but one in his skull could not be removed.
Vets were able to save Tic despite the horrific injuries and removed two airgun pellets - one from behind the cat's ear and another in his abdomen - but one in his skull could not be removed.
TNR (Trap, Neuter and Return) works - this is indicated by a piece of the cat's ear being surgically snipped off whilst the animal is anaesthetised for neutering.
If this condition isn't treated, a cat's ear can become infected which can lead to a thick discharge.
joyous scritch of their claws caught the cat's ear, but she
Whether about the lives of her parents--both Holocaust survivors--or the small, everyday pleasures of life such as "the soft, much-kissed down / on the bottom of the cat's ear," Mishol's poems are soundly plotted and rooted in deep reflection.
THUGS hacked off part of a cat's ear and posted it through her disabled owner's letter box.
Then I moistened a sterile cotton-tipped swab with warm tap water and transferred approximately one gram of ear mites from the cat's ear to my left ear.
She points out the cat's ear flowers along the Sawtooth Trail as they slip out of the forest into a large meadow clinging to the side of the mountain.
Your vet will make a diagnosis by looking in your cat's ear with a magnifying instrument called an otoscope and may inspect the debris from the ear under a microscope.
From now through August, visitors can expect to see a profusion of blooms - scarlet gillia, cat's ear lilies, fairy bells, red columbine, tiger lilies and shooting stars, the tubular flowers of which attract butterflies and humming birds.