flea-bitten


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flea-bitten

a coat color marking seen in horses; a gray coat is flecked with hairs of another color.
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The pet has fallen for an 'older' feline - a burly, flea-bitten moggie that waits patiently by the kitchen door.
The genie looked at the flea-bitten mutt and said: "I'm not a miracle worker - think of another wish.
Back when we were trying to find them both new homes Beth was a flea-bitten puppy and Cilla had been ill-treated, but both are now doing really well," said Ann.
If, like me, your puppy is now flea-bitten and irreparably mad, w ell.
Mrs James, of Coity, Bridgend, said: 'Despite being a bit flea-bitten and scruffy, he's fine.
By 1970 it was decided a flea-bitten squirrel might not continue to inspire the attention of British children.
A couple who failed to get vet treatment for a cat and flea-bitten dog in their care have been fined by magistrates.
Horrified neighbours alerted the RSPCA to the emaciated and flea-bitten state of the dog who was later put down because of his appalling injuries.