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- n. Plural form of she-cat.
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"What a bunch o 'rowin' she-cats!" she heard him chuckling.
It was all the kittens who would have suffered and died if I had not gotten the feral she-cats spayed.
Let's just say the effects are still with me, and I won't be getting any she-cats in trouble.
“Send someone down to help me secure these two she-cats, then I’ll come.”
"Us'll be theer in a minute," added Mr. Chirgwin, "an 'I'll drive back agin by Mouzle; then you'll' scape they she-cats.
"If you get her ear, you're all right; the plague is to get it with them two she-cats ready to tear your eyes out.
You see, my poor fellow, the hearts of women and she-cats are abysses that neither men nor toms will ever fathom. "