alleycat


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alleycat

(ˈælɪˌkæt)
n
a homeless cat that roams in back streets
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The cats are dumped in the French countryside, but luckily for them a smarttalking alleycat is on hand to save the day and return them home to Paris (1970) ***
4 THE ARISTOCATS (1970) AN alleycat comes to the aid of The Duchess and her kittens after a butler kidnaps them in a bid to gain his mistress' fortune in this Disney classic.
I was still at the age when a girl assumes her lover is going to be nice to her even if he isn't faithful (or in David's case, even if he has the instincts of a bisexual alleycat).
The "meat" (I forget what animal it was supposed to have come from) looked and tasted as if the owners had rounded up every alleycat in town and given it a new identity on the menu.
Back to Wildcat, where feline-named trails such as Lynx, Polecat, Wild Kitten and Alleycat snake down the hill in intersecting, mostly gently pitched patterns, belying the fierce name of the mountain.
ON THEIR BIKES Kerry Kitchen of Novel Magazine and Toon Alleycat Fran Arnold handing out Papergirl project artwork to Emma Cockburn
Kids of all ages sent in their colourful sketches of superhero dog Bolt, his owner Penny, and cheeky travelling pals Rhino the hamster and alleycat Mittens.
Those conditions suited about 40 young bicyclists who competed in the latest Alleycat Race, a mad dash around downtown Eugene that benefited Greenhill Humane Society and FOOD for Lane County.
Example: Richard Hart sells 500 shares of Alleycat Corp.
And a glass or two of California Pinot Noir or New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc grace tables along side pints of Molson Canadian and Lost Coast Alleycat Amber.
The AlleyCAT is as quiet as they come in part thanks to the shrink-wrapped launcher and for longevity, features a Teflon coating to decrease noise and wear.