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See also: catflaps and cat flaps




  1. plural of cat-flap
    • 1996, James Serpell, In the Company of Animals: A Study of Human-animal Relationships, Cambridge University Press, →ISBN, p. 7
      The pens are equipped with ‘pig-creeps', the porcine equivalent of cat-flaps, which allow the piglets access.
    • 2003, Pete McCarthy, McCarthy's Bar: A Journey of Discovery in Ireland, St. Martin's Press, →ISBN, p. 46,
      Instead, the DJ has just started a phone-in about cat-flaps.
    • 2005, Celia Haddon, 100 Ways for a Cat to Train Its Humans, Adams Media, →ISBN, p. 42,
      Dine out. In urban areas there are plenty of cat-flaps allowing access to another cat's dinner.