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Synonyms for catnap

a brief sleep

to sleep for a brief period

Synonyms for catnap

sleeping for a short period of time (usually not in bed)

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The sanctuary said they aren't sure where the cat came from as the man who "catnapped" him may have driven out of his area to avoid the cat being found and returned to the street.
A MOTHER fears her five-year-old son's pet may have been catnapped after it disappeared without a trace.
But when out she went to check on the 100 or so cats staying in her barn-turned-animal shelter late Sunday night, two small kittens were gone, missing from their cages - catnapped on a windy, rainy night not fit for man or beast.
Maureen Martin fears Siamese moggy Leo - worth more than pounds 3,000 - has been catnapped.
It is feared that Leo, the flat-eared Siamese - may have been catnapped for breeding by criminals who don't know that he is gay.
VOLUNTEERS found themselves 'catnapped' at a fundraiser organised by RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield and District Branch, yesterday.
Owner Teresa Gillam, 38, right, believes a neighbour catnapped frail 19year-old Whiskey to get her clipped.
On Sunday night Victoria slept in a single bed in one half of the room while David - worried about security - catnapped on a sofa in the other half of the room.
He had been catnapped and castrated by persons unknown.
When the Grants moved the Moans brought Esmee home...and their ex-neighbours promptly "catnapped" her and then went to court where they won an injunction to stop the Moans grabbing her back.