(ˈkætˌnæpə) or


1. a person who catnaps
2. a person who steals cats


or cat•nap•er

(ˈkætˌnæp ər)

a person who steals cats, esp. to sell them to medical research laboratories.
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A cold-blooded catnapper has been caught on camera bundling a kitten into her handbag in a theft from a pet shop.
A CATNAPPER was caught on camera bundling a kitten into a handbag in a theft from a pet shop.
Paste it onto index cards and cut out the six kitten cards and the two catnapper cards.
ANIMAL lover Kerry Charlton fears a serial catnapper could be the cause of her disappearing pets.
And what would she like to do with the catnapper if she caught them?
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It keeps going through my mind that there's some mad catnapper on the loose - a feline version of Cruella De Vil.
A catnapper should respond quickly to usual stimuli, such as your opening a can of cat food.
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Recently, however, the seasoned feline sightseer took a trip that could have used up most, or all, of what remained of its nine lives were it not for the compassion of his inadvertent catnapper.