house cat

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According to a MassWildlife fact sheet, bobcats are typically at least twice the size of a normal house cat, and can weigh from 15 to 35 pounds.
Kerr sets out to distinguish thoughts and actions that are intelligent for a human to pursue from those that even the cleverest of any other species (his house cat, in this case), by considering intelligence as an phenomenon of information.
The never-ending fight between the house cat Tom and the mouse, Jerry is the comic trademark of the series.
They included 'I'm 'aving a bevvie with a bizzie' and 'He's got a gob on 'im like a lodging house cat.
SOCKS, the famous White House cat who stalked the corridors of power during the Clinton presidency, has died of cancer aged 18.
As residents of Nabih Saleh, we have constant problems with these dogs, which have even mauled our house cat.
As a house cat, she rarely ventures outdoors, preferring instead to relax inside in the warmth of the house.
of being a house cat who wants to go out into the world to see what her artist master Herman has painted for herself.
When Greg McCoy found Oreo, his daughter's house cat, in the jaws of a mountain lion last year, he grabbed the big cat by the tail with both hands, dragged it onto his front lawn, and jumped on top of it.
Even the common or garden house cat was well represented, complete with their loving owners, who didn't care about breed, cat aerobic and names like Scheherazade.
No matter what we like to believe, cats are probably not using language," says Nicholas Nicastro, a self-described cat person who has documented hundreds of different feline vocalizations in the common house cat (Felis catus) and its ancestor, the African wild cat (Felis silvestris lybica).
The robot tiger cat -- the latest gadget in a string of pet robots produced by Japanese companies -- will come in two color variations of brown and gray in the size of an average real-life house cat.
The species is roughly the same size as a common house cat, but has longer legs.
Previous cat predation studies elsewhere had shown that the average house cat takes significantly less prey than feral cats, which have no milk and biscuits to come home to.
Mock infomercials from "The House Cat Shopping Network" and "Cat Haikus", narrated by Sandra Bernhard, litter the program.