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  • proper n. A common given name for cats; a stereotypical cat.


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  • This function soon falls flat on its face when you start feeding your cat 'Tiddles' or 'Dainty Bits' or whatever rubbish they make for cats these days because all incentive to catch, play with and then eat mice disappears.

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  • As a matter of fact, he named his new Russian Blue kitten "Tiddles", after Mrs. Slocombe's puss.....

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  • My Russian grandfather came to live with us, and we also had Brutus the dog, who’d originally belonged to my flighty Auntie Olga, and a sweet cat called Tiddles.

    In the Frame

  • Bertie wound down the window and called out "Tiddles" but still Tiddles didn't hear him.

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  • As Herbert Thornton has intimated elsewhere, a UKIP/BNP alliance would really put Tiddles amongst Rods Robins.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • REQUIESCAT IN PATE ...and you thought little Tiddles went off to Cat-Heaven!

    On foreign ludicity

  • August 4, 2009 at 12:14 pm jineric naems for kittehs, see awlso Tiddles, Snowball, etc. etc.

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  • There are people out there with triple my readership who have a - been doing it for two and a half months, and b - post nothing but occasional photographs of their pet cat Tiddles licking its arse.

    Meh, She Wrote

  • Tiddles knows better than to alienate his future constituents.

    Kate Morton Ebook Collection

  • Below: This picture, found in Moscow, shows my grandfather walking with my brother and Tiddles and Brutus – a family outing.

    In the Frame


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