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  • n. Alternative form of cat flap.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • She rearranges the blanket across her lap in readiness for his return, but although she hears the cat-flap swinging on rusty hinges, he does not appear.


  • Wuz funneh-himz cat-flap magnet stuk to da dish an he tipped it awl ebreeware!

    Coolness - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Consisting solely of smoke, they don't need a cat-flap they run *through* the door, and you don't need to feed them.

    *utterly* weird question

  • But, while the Conservatives are watching the cat-flap at the back door, the constitution is already marching in at the front, via those bits that have already been implemented.

    Watching the cat-flap

  • Or will they continue to watch the cat-flap at the back door, while the forces of integration storm through the front?

    Do we now get a referendum?

  • He's so enormously fat that he has a bald bit on his belly where it rubs as he oozes through his cat-flap.

    On a more positive note...

  • At home the can rolls in through the cat-flap just as mom prepares to make supper.

    trinityboy Diary Entry

  • Get me two teaspoons full of O-neg, an ECG, a DTP, a CBC, a Chem 7, a BBC1, a BBC2, and maybe even an ITV—oh, and get me the big thing that gives electric shocks too, otherwise this cat is on a one-way trip through that great cat-flap in the sky!

    Turning Thirty

  • He put the empty bowl back on the floor next to the cat-flap and lay back down on the bed, somehow even hungrier than he had been before the soup.

    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

  • The cat-flap rattled and Aunt Petunias hand appeared, pushing a bowl of canned soup into the room.

    Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets


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