Noun(1) a cat with a grey or tawny coat mottled with black(2) female cat
Adjective(1) having a grey or brown streak or a pattern or a patchy coloring; used especially of the patterned fur of cats
(1) He was a big white cat with tabby patches and he was like a member of the family.(2) Another was a brown tabby , she was a very sweet kitten.(3) Skittles, an orange tabby , was left behind during a summer stay in southern Wisconsin.(4) Seeing no one save a small tabby kitten lying curled upon a red plush sofa, I took the chance to look around.(5) Though the tigers involved are usually of the orange colour, white tigers have been mated with lions to produce white Ligers and golden tabby tigers have been mated with lions to produce golden Ligers.(6) With great reluctance, she handed over the little grey tabby .(7) His orange tabby fur was normal among street toms.(8) Her grandma promptly picked up the water jug, and poured it through the screen, onto the little tabby kitten.(9) Debbie has fallen in love with a beautiful dark coloured tabby who, like most of the others, still has two weeks to go before he's ready for adoption.(10) Then there was the surgery cat, a tough little tabby, much like Harry Cat except his tabby stripes were broken into small pieces by the intrusion of some foreign gene in his heritage.(11) The tabby kitten made a soft mewing sound and rolled out of the playful fight.(12) Even the most beloved mutt or tabby is deemed virtually worthless: rescued from an animal shelter for a nominal fee, they can be ├ö├ç├┐replaced├ö├ç├û at the same expense.(13) The two smallest kittens looked alike they had the same tabby fur, the smallest of the cats also matched as they had the same caramel coat and the biggest cats had the same fluffy white fur.(14) She named another Ru, for no reason, she had a tabby coat with a tan stripe across her nose.(15) She went back to help the cat and recognised a tiny bit of tabby fur that hadn't been burnt off, and realised the cat was her own.(16) Two little bunnies owe their lives to Tess, the tabby kitten.
(1) tabby cat :: cath tabby
1. brindled ::
2. brindle ::
3. queen ::
Different Formstabbed, tabbies, tabbing, tabby
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