cat door


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cat door

n
a small door or flap in a larger door through which a cat can pass
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Grump, the tomte lived alone in a deserted cottage, coming in and out the cat door.
Her home, owned by a housing association, was double glazed in March but she needed a replacement cat door, to allow her pet moggy Suzie to get in and out.
e keys we had newly cut for her didn't work, so while the cat could scamper in and out of the house through its cat door she was unable to get in to feed it the mounds of special treat food we'd bought in to sof-cial sof ten the blow of being left all alone.
Although she almost had a cat as a local, cheeky feline did start to pop through her cat door and she did feed it for a few weeks.
Our cat shot out from the kitchen, pounced on the mouse, and ran through the cat door with it in her mouth.
I imagine that as Bucky dashed for the safety of home base--under the bed--the bees came with him through the cat door.
Twin girls, a kidnapped cat, apricots, a bird sanctuary--these are some of the elements that Jan Markley uses in Dead Bird Through the Cat Door, a story that makes her a true successor to Nancy Drew.
The company offers unique and handcrafted breed specific products including hand-cast clay sculpture dog and cat Door Toppers, Leash Holders, Plaques; and On-Board, Protected By and X-ing small and large sun resistant signs for cars, trucks and the home, as well as Pet Rescue Emergency Stickers.
Their name means 'water' in both Welsh and Irish and their latest album's title Fish Cat Door provides a useful pronunciation guide - just remove the first latter of Fish and the last letter of Cat.
One television news show had video of Albertus as he tried to make his way through the cat door at the shelter.
It's just that we have nowhere obvious to put a cat door and I am sick of caring for other people's needs.
Within a few days our cats were able to negotiate the cat door at breakneck speeds even in the dark.