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moggy

term of endearment addressed to a cat.
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The unfortunate black and white moggy has proven himself to be indestructible after twice being hit by a car and escaping a burning building following an arson attack.
Catherine Kendall, owner of 16-year-old moggy Geri, revealed the cat had suffered blisters and had fur falling out in clumps in the attack near her home in Wyver Crescent, Copsewood, Coventry.
The 27-year-old employment lawyer was inspired to open Maison de Moggy after visiting cat cafes on a trip to Japan last summer.
Just look at Christine Hemming who took revenge on her errant husband by stealing his mistress's moggy.
Summary: A tiny moggy wakes up to the world, stretching his tiny paws, before he lets out a massive yawn.
A BELOVED pet cat has been reunited with its owners an incredible four years after the mischievous moggy went missing.
One Teesside moggy had a lucky escape, and his owner wants others to ditch the deadly blooms.
The search is on for Britain's most adventurous moggy - and it could win their owner the trip of a lifetime on a Kenyan safari.
Fully-restored and still with its original 1 MHU registration plate and special lilac paint, this milestone Moggy was auctioned live on TV in 1961 with the proceeds donated to the British Red Cross.
WHEN much-loved moggy Morpheus vanished from his Midland home, his owners spent two fruitless years searching for him.
Tesco shoppers in Exeter are mourning the demise of the moggy that frequented its store in Fore Street, Heavitree.
The moggy was found wedged by the battery of the van after firemen removed the vehicle's grille to reach it on Saturday.