cat food

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cat food

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catfood

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tinned food for cats
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cat food - food prepared for catscat food - food prepared for cats    
pet food, petfood, pet-food - food prepared for animal pets
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A year-long investigation by the company confirmed media reports that the seafood industry in Thailand is riddled with forced labour and human trafficking and that slave labour was involved in the production of its Fancy Feast catfood brand.
I started a Latin hip-hop band called Nylon Jungle, and wrote the song Catfood the night before we played a headline slot at the Manchester Jazz festival in 1999.
I was a schoolboy and remember several hippies tucking into tins of catfood, while enjoying the sunshine.
The computer told me off five times for misdemeanours including putting catfood straight in the trolley.
A packet of Digestives was 9 1/2p, a packet of Corn Flakes was 20p, a jar of Nescafe was 69p and a tin of Whiskas catfood would set you back 14 1/2p.
With a click of the cursor, users go from downloading "Game of Thrones" to stocking up on catfood.
His 'complicated long division sums' are nicely illustrated with fish and catfood. Much of the language and references would need to be explained for full understanding, but I found that the witty and humorous pictures and the richness and rhythm of the language held the attention of even the youngest reader.
Runner-up with 49lb 6oz was Thornaby's in-form Anth Smith, whose fished catfood down the middle and near margin to catch six large carp for a top three for the sixth consecutive match.
She will only eat fresh fish and chicken breast, turning her pretty little nose up at all forms of catfood. Her nickname is Ida Left Her In The Bin, but this is just a joke.
A friend, unpacking my groceries, after pulling out a succession of packaged fish heads, shrink-wrapped beef marrow bones, and assorted cheese ends, remarked, "Are these groceries or your compost?" I take pride in composting, bread baking, yogurt and catfood making, but watching this DVD, I realized that my savings are but "a drop in the bucket" compared with the total amount of wasted, potentially consumable food on this planet where 16,000 children die per day from hunger-related causes.