Cat and dog

like a cat and dog; quarrelsome; inharmonious.

See also: cat

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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With Cyprus' stray cat and dog population estimated at around 200,000 to 250,000, initiatives to keep those numbers down are clearly welcomed by animal welfare groups.
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VetPlus, which quizzed 1,500 adult cat and dog owners, said the research tried to "understand the differences between dog and cat owners and what drives them to visit a vet."
Maintaining a "cat room" with a gate in the doorway also allows the cat and dog to get used to each other through a safe barrier.
Cat and dog stockings, pounds 1 each, Glamour-pooches will love getting their paws on a squeaky toy perfume, pounds 2.99, from Pets at Home, Felines will be racing to their favourite fish supper from a stylish cat bowl - suitable for fresh or dry food and water.
On Tuesday 2nd November the Year 6 class from Bridgewater went to visit the Deerness cat and dog shelter in Durham, as part of their friendship and caring week.
At the moment we have a building to house the cats, while the puppies are kept in a separate room, our future aim is to have a separate facility only for canines," said Emma Cresswell, Director, Sharjah Cat and Dog Shelter.
Murray said: "The study has shown many common factors relating to cat and dog ownership, such as a garden and rural location, but it has also identified some notable differences.
Q MY boyfriend and I don't fight like cat and dog but he has a dog and I have a cat - and they fight.
Informed consents were obtained and each participant was asked to respond to a one page questionnaire entitled Cat and Dog Preference Survey consisting of demographic information, including gender, age, marital status, and ethnic origin.
Genetic analysis of influenza A virus (H5N1) derived from domestic cat and dog in Thailand.
As a result, the parliament--having negotiated an agreed text with the EU Council of Ministers--approved a more watertight regulation that bans dog and cat fur imports, only allowing the European Commission to permit cat and dog fur sales within the EU "for educational or taxidermy purposes".